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"With every step, we all move forward," says the brand's new campaign.
"You're going to notice some sandalwood and cedar notes, followed by tropical mango," Logan said of the Bowmore Islay whiskey
Ever wondered what the difference is between all those dark liquors? If you think they're all the same, think again. Whiskeys come in many forms, and we're here to help you distinguish between the three main types.
The mysterious, mostly disappeared world of LIFE magazine is all still there: Staffers hacking at typewriters, beefing about the managing editor, draining double Scotches and martinis before lunch. At least in my mind it's still there.
Several years ago I woke up one Monday morning and it felt like someone had painted my right eye shut; only a sliver of light made it through the dark red that now consumed my eyesight. After a much panicked call to my ex-wife Arlene she gathered the kids together, picked me up, and drove me to the hospital.
Now that New Year's Eve is upon us, so-called "brown spirits" are always a good gift idea, so here are some that I've been impressed by, not because they are so rare or come in a really nifty bottle, but because they are really quite distinctive.
Did the blender of my favorite blended Scotch go overboard and make a great whiskey undrinkable?
These Asian whiskeys are aiming at a rarefied world market for first impressions.
The Next Release: The Vintage 1966 The 1964 is a rich golden hue and has a nose of pear, lemon citrus, tropical fruits, green
In the mid-eighties the company I worked for decided they wanted to keep their employees in tip-top condition. With that in mind they built a fitness center right in our building. There were treadmills and free-weights all designed to keep us from dropping dead at our desks. The only caveat was that in order to join the fitness center you had to be fit; each employee had to pass a physical.
From tequila to bourbon, find out where your favorite booze originated.
The Rob Roy cocktail is overlooked by many, but this Scotch-based cousin of the Manhattan is really simple to make and delicious.
I tend not to go to the doctor when something is wrong; I will muscle through the pain until it goes away. Do not mistake this for some strong-stoicism because I will complain every minute that the pain is there. It was this anti-stoicism that landed me in the hospital just a few days before my son Alexander's third birthday.
Facing a wall of malts can be very stressful. How do you find the perfect present?
It's called "Great Odin's Raven Special Reserve," and there's a chance it might be real.