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Each year, Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible announces the best whiskey of the year, and for the third year in a row, the award went to a tipple made in North America.
Lawrenceburg's Whiskey City Festival, 7-10 p.m., Lawrenceburg Event Center, 91 Walnut St. Event showcases city's ties to distilling industry and offers whiskey, craft beer and wine tastings, educational displays, live music and food.
The result is a spirit that’s often smoother than whiskey, far more interesting than vodka, and regularly misunderstood.
This three-ingredient concoction features a homemade gingerbread syrup and a couple of dashes of orange bitters that perfectly complement and soften the Larceny whiskey.
To an Old-Fashioned glass, add the whiskey, syrup, bitters and pie spice.
Available throughout Halloween week, the smoky cocktail includes Maker’s Mark whiskey, fig and rosemary syrup, with a charred smoking rosemary sprig on top.
Corruption in the form of gold speculation and whiskey-tax evasion reached deep into his administration, a sign of the oncoming Gilded Age.
Made by the same Japanese company that makes Nikka Whisky, the production process involves a whiskey still and notes of not-so-traditional gin flavors such as yuzu citrus and Japanese pepper.
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