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A whiskey adventure for you and me.

  1. Still frame

    Whiskey in a Jar 
One part Bourbon +
One part Scotch +
One part rye. 
Served over ice, in a jar. 

    Whiskey in a Jar 

    One part Bourbon +

    One part Scotch +

    One part rye. 

    Served over ice, in a jar. 

    (Source: GQ)

  2. Still frame

    White Horse - 1967

    White Horse - 1967

    (Source: hideelee)

    Notes: 62 notes

    Reblogged from: whiskyblender

    Tags: ads scotch white horse

  3. Old-fashioned Hyperlink

    While the more affable bourbon drinkers tipped their way all the way to “most generous” (at a 22.6% average) and into the hearts of their bartenders forevermore. 

  4. Writing on the coaster

    Fact of Bourbon

    In Kentucky, Bourbon gains proof as it ages. In Scotland, whiskey loses proof as it ages.

    (Source: twitter.com)

  5. Still frame

    jeffholmes:

My good friend Blaine found 38 year #glenfarclas for me and made a custom bottle. Good #scotch #whisky all-around for my 38th birthday. I know it’s not a bourbon, @bookofbourbon, but I thought you’d appreciate it. (Taken with instagram)



Brilliant. We always appreciate a beautiful bottle, and in this case, an excellent and talented friend. 

    jeffholmes:

    My good friend Blaine found 38 year #glenfarclas for me and made a custom bottle. Good #scotch #whisky all-around for my 38th birthday. I know it’s not a bourbon, @bookofbourbon, but I thought you’d appreciate it. (Taken with instagram)

    Brilliant. We always appreciate a beautiful bottle, and in this case, an excellent and talented friend. 

  6. Still frame

    One spring(ish) day, a friend mistakenly ordered a “Montana Mule” rather than a Moscow Mule. Which prompted the thought: What would be in a Montana mule? 
A few hours, a half dozen prototypes, and indeterminably googling the state fruit of Montana later (which maybe might be the cherry, possibly) we developed the Montana Mule after all. 
Essentially a spin on a whiskey ginger with some bitters and the smoky taste of  campfire, this drink is both strong enough and mellow enough for a late springtime afternoon. 
2.5 ounces Bulleit 
ginger beer  (we used Reed’s)
9 drops angostura bitters 
brandied cherry 
the tiniest drop of scotch (we used Laphroaig) 
served on the rocks in an Old-Fashioned glass 

    One spring(ish) day, a friend mistakenly ordered a “Montana Mule” rather than a Moscow Mule. Which prompted the thought: What would be in a Montana mule? 

    A few hours, a half dozen prototypes, and indeterminably googling the state fruit of Montana later (which maybe might be the cherry, possibly) we developed the Montana Mule after all. 

    Essentially a spin on a whiskey ginger with some bitters and the smoky taste of  campfire, this drink is both strong enough and mellow enough for a late springtime afternoon. 

    2.5 ounces Bulleit 

    ginger beer  (we used Reed’s)

    9 drops angostura bitters 

    brandied cherry 

    the tiniest drop of scotch (we used Laphroaig) 

    served on the rocks in an Old-Fashioned glass 

  7. Still frame

    The summer time whiskey bar.

    The summer time whiskey bar.

    Notes: 14 notes

    Reblogged from: thisnicelife

    Tags: whiskey bar scotch bourbon home bar

  8. Quote of the night

    I love to sing, and I love to drink scotch. Most people would rather hear me drink scotch.

    — George Burns

    Notes: 34 notes

    Reblogged from: lifeofawhiskeydrinker

    Tags: scotch whiskey quote

  9. Still frame

    Heaven?

    Heaven?

    Notes: 11 notes

    Reblogged from: jffcrmr

    Tags: bourbon scotch whiskey

  10. Old-fashioned Hyperlink

    It might be Scotch, but blending your own whisky is always awesome.

    Notes: 1 note

    Tags: whisky scotch