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That mash bill makes for a bold whiskey with notes of cinnamon, vanilla and caramel.
The most popular is the Gaelic boxty, filled with three medallions of beef in a mushroom whiskey sauce.
For years, the only way to get a table at the original Pok Pok on Southeast Division was to get there early, or spend your evening sipping a tamarind whiskey sour at Whiskey Soda Lounge while waiting your turn.
At that point, the waiter returned with a full bottle of whiskey.
Nick Goers’ bar serves more than 600 whiskeys and 1,000 spirits.
There are infinite drinking options—too many of which are tourist-trap cliches (whiskey sodas served in buckets, pricey mojitos on a rooftop featured in The Hangover II).
A man with a red bandanna covering his face and armed with a pistol entered the Brother's Food Mart at 4408 S. Interstate 10 Service Road, Metairie, about 1:44 a.m. and demanded cash and a bottle of Jack Daniels whiskey.
In the whiskey world, Moët Hennessy is known more for its single malts, with brands such as Glenmorangie and Ardbeg.
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Origin and Etymology of whiskey
First Known Use: 1715See Words from the same year
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: a strong alcoholic drink made from a grain (such as rye, corn, or barley)
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