A very special single malt scotch whisky, The Macallan Rare Cask is a drinkable essay in complexity. We love the wonderfully sweet and spicy balance of flavors like chocolate, cinnamon, and vanilla, held together with a bold, yet incredibly smooth body of dried fruits.
Scotch whisky maker The Famous Grouse partnered up with Owl’s Brew to create special teas to complement to their spirits. The Smoky Earl works beautifully with the peaty Black Grouse, while The Famous Mint Tea balances with the fruity notes of The Famous Grouse.
Blade and Bow offers up two award-winning Kentucky straight bourbons – a wonderfully easy to drink whiskey with a hint of pear and a spicy finish, and a smokey, oaky and wintry 22-year, both of which leverage heritage batches from the legendary Stitzel-Weller distillery.
After making a sandwich and a suit from scratch, How to Make Everything host Andy George shows us how to create a soda fountain favorite from raw ingredients. It only cost him $900 and took days of work, but at least he can call it “handcrafted.” Watch every step here.
Author Matthew Rowley was given a old book of poetry. The book contained a secret manuscript with hundreds of recipes for compounding ingredients to create imitations of banned liquors. Learn which ones are worth replicating and which are downright dangerous.
Save 62% off the regular price on a 15-pack of Think Drinks. Designed by neuroscientists, they’re powered by scientifically proven ingredients like oxiracetam, citicoline, L-theanine, carnitine and good old caffeine to help increase focus, attention and productivity.
A deliciously zesty and lightly sweet accompaniment to vodka, whiskey, or rye, Rocky’s Ginger Beer is handcrafted with pure sugar, is caffeine-free, and has no artificial colors. If you don’t feel like boozing, it’s light and refreshing straight from a chilled bottle.