Inspired by the classic 18th century beverage, Chicken Cock’s Cherry Bounce combines the flavors of cherry cola with 70-proof American whiskey. It’s perfect as a shot, but also pretty darned tasty on the rocks.
A smooth Irish whiskey made with mixability in mind. Tastes awesome with ginger ale and a citrus wedge, or with ginger beer, but also easy to drink neat, thanks to its delicate honeyed sweetness. Grab some for St. Paddy’s day.
Crate Style’s family tree posters both decorate and educate. Their already available beer chart explains the countless varieties of brew, while the forthcoming whiskey chart schools us on distilled spirits from around the world.
Jim Beam’s first single-barrel is an exceptional bourbon, crafted in hand-selected barrels. It has a great, full-bodied flavor, but is immensely drinkable – with just the right amount of sweetness and richness. Out March 2014.
What happens when you dip plump pecans in cream, sugar, and Old No. 7? Sweet and salty deliciousness in a box. While they won’t get you drunk like these chocolate bars, they are still tasty. Bigger packages sold on Amazon.
The best Kentucky Bourbon from Jim Beam, Booker’s is prepared uncut in small batches and bottled straight from the barrel. Aged six to eight years, it’s a grand 120-130 proof oaky, vanilla experience for your nose and mouth.
Possibly the greatest chocolate bar we’ve ever tasted, this Swiss-made Goldkenn chocolate is filled with a real Jack Daniel’s whiskey syrup center with a touch of sugar wrapped around it. And yes, it will get you buzzed.
If it wasn’t strange enough to see Bruce Lee reincarnated via CGI, it’s even more odd that his uncanny doppelgÃ¤nger is appearing in a promo for Johnnie Walker Blue – since clean-living Bruce never drank. Still, it’s worth watching.
Bushmills takes their triple-distilled Irish whiskey and ads just the tiniest hint of Irish honey to smooth out any rough edges. Thankfully, it’s not sticky or sweet, so the whiskey still shines through.
The first whiskey distillery to open in New York City since prohibition, Kings County Distillery makes old fashioned corn whiskey moonshine in Brooklyn. Minimal packaging befits its smooth, potent kick.