Recent Examples of whiskey from the Web
The 29-year-old patrolman later admitted to getting Cleveland — an artistic girl known for swimming all day in the frigid village river — drunk with bootleg whiskey and raping her.
The restaurant’s drink menu includes 24 different whiskeys and bourbons, over one dozen local craft beers, and five signature house cocktails.
All innocuously clerical enough, until Toller’s disgust with a ministry-underwriting, EPA-flouting local industrialist (Michael Gaston) turns as malignant as whatever’s necessitating those whiskey-and-Pepto cocktails.
Country star Luke Combs was seen walk-in through the crowd double-fisting whiskey and Coke cocktails.
Jim Beam Devil's Cut is out, Buffalo Trace bourbon whiskey is in.
Desire Linden riffs on the Boston Marathon, whiskey and what's next.
Brockmire's whiskey of choice is Sazerac Rye, which is a nice touch (and a nice pour).
In addition to beer and cider, March First Brewing produces vodka, whiskey and rum.
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Definition of Whiskey
WHISKEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of whiskey for English Language Learners
: a strong alcoholic drink made from a grain (such as rye, corn, or barley)
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