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Jim Chovick is adorably understated a Selsdon, a famous but hard-drinking actor who keeps disappearing with a whiskey bottle.
Gin, rum, vodka, tequila and whiskey cost you 97 calories per 1.5 fluid ounces, but that's without mixers.
The bar, with its suave whiskey mezzanine, is richly atmospheric, too.
Texas icon Matthew McConaughey just made life a little better by introducing a new whiskey flavor.
Lady of Lavender 2 ounces whiskey 1 ounce P&L Old Fashioned Birthday Cake 2 ounces ginger beer .5 ounce honey syrup (1:1) 1 teaspoon lime juice Fill glass with ice.
Another muddled mint-laden concoction is the whiskey smash, invented by 19th century barman Harry Johnson.
Part of the goal of Rolling Fork Spirits is to help whiskey drinkers appreciate rum.
Taxman’s special festival release is Evasion, a rich, robust Belgian-style stout aged with Indonesian vanilla beans in Kentucky-whiskey barrels.
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Origin and Etymology of whiskey
First Known Use: 1715See Words from the same year
Definition of Whiskey
First Known Use 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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