Mind-Blowing Bourbon Cocktails

Something’s happened to bourbon in the past five years. What was once the purview of connoisseurs and writers (Hunter S. Thompson was a Wild Turkey man) started to find its way back into cocktails again. Whiskey sours, The Old Fashioned and Manhattans ceased to be quaint and became cool. Blame … Read More

Canada’s Cocktail

Canada Day is coming up and, while you’ll no doubt be enjoying a couple cold ones, we encourage you to take a moment to consider our nation’s “official” cocktail: the Caesar. It’s said that the Caesar was invented at the Calgary Inn in 1969 when restaurant manager Walter Chell created … Read More

The Wonderful World of Bourbon

If you really want to impress your poker pals, ditch the Scotch and get acquainted with a real man’s whiskey: bourbon. The sour mash spirit, which usually comprises two-thirds corn, must be made in the U.S. to be called bourbon; about 95 percent of it comes from Kentucky. Too often, … Read More

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