Water of Life: A History of Scotch Whisky

Scotch whisky has a rich, dark, and full-bodied history. Scotch has been distilled and distributed around the world for over 500 years and is still going strong. Today, distillers must follow specific guidelines to label their whisky as Scotch. Every year, July 27th celebrates our favorite blended (or single-grain) beverage; National Scotch Whisky Day. In… Read more »

Distillers Switch from Making Whiskey to Hand Sanitizer

Because of the Coronavirus outbreak, many companies have halted their plans for 2020, and the Whiskey industry is no different. Distillers big and small around the country have banded together and made the switch from whiskey (or other liquors) to making, selling, and distributing hand sanitizer. This Isn’t the First Time–But it is Much Different In… Read more »

When it Comes to Whiskey, Does Age Matter?

Age definitely matters when it comes to getting your driver’s license, being able to vote, and ordering your first drink. But, does age matter in whiskey distilling? Rumor has it that the older the whiskey, the better it’ll taste–especially when we’re talking about scotch. The jury is out to discover once and for all, does… Read more »

How to Read and Decode Whiskey Labels

The more you begin sipping on whiskey and enjoying the complexities that are in your tumbler, the thirstier you’ll be for knowledge. Luckily, knowledge is right at your fingertips. Here are the essential nuggets of information you can ascertain from a whiskey label and how it can impact your whiskey tasting experience. Distiller In the… Read more »