The sauce that coats these crispy wings is a lovely combination of maple syrup, whiskey, vinegar, gochujang, and brown sugar. Sweet, spicy and interesting.
Spring is right around the corner. Refresh your cocktail game with this berry and lemon-filled whiskey sour.
Warm and comforting, this whiskey chai is a cozy sip on chilly autumn evenings.
If you love whiskey, here are the bars in LA you must check out. Cheers!
While these banana muffins are exquisite, it’s the deep, rich butterscotch whiskey sauce that will really win you over. Besides using it to glaze the soft muffins, drizzle it over ice cream, cakes and more.
Similar to a Negroni, this cocktail uses whiskey instead of gin and is easy to mix with three ingredients in equal parts.
Say cheers with a fun, festive sparkling Prosecco cocktail, with warm flavors of spices, honey, and whiskey.
Jim Meehan, one of the creators of PDT, describes four appropriate ways to serve whiskey.
An iced coffee with a little something extra for a delicious brunch drink.
Hailing from New Orleans, this recipe contains equal parts whiskey, Cognac, and sweet vermouth, plus a few ingredients to complete the refreshing drink.
The pros dish their tried and true tips to the classic cocktail. Hone your bartending skills so you are ready to bust them out at the next gathering.
This No Bake Whiskey Smores Pie is a slice of Summer Heaven! There are layers of dark chocolate whisky ganache, milk chocolate mousse and fluffy toasted marshmallow in the perfect graham cracker crust. Go ahead…help yourself to another slice.
A straightforward drink with a silky egg white, tangy citrus, and a touch of sweet marmalade.
Rumor has it, Winston Churchill would drink this smokey cocktail after his breakfast and cigar to get the day going. Try it for yourself!
It is refreshing to sip on a drink that isn’t all fruit, like the Taproot, a veg cocktail. Plus, when we spike our veggie juice we still get the nutrients.
Light, fizzy Corona and earthy whiskey flavor combinations make this beer cocktail alarmingly easy to drink.
Is officially cobbler season. Start things off right with a fresh blueberry and bourbon cobbler topped with a sweet biscuit dough.
What does a British gentleman’s tea look like? Picture ales, whiskeys, and savory scones that are a perfect way to celebrate Dad.
A visit to Providence, RI will put you in touch with a unique beverage scene and a fun whiskey bar. Here’s what we learned from Bar Manager, Ben Terry.
Try out amaro in this bourbon cocktail dating back to 1916.
Create this simple cocktail with four ingredients and a few strong shakes for a frothed egg top.
Feeling under the weather? A little whiskey, ginger, honey, and lemon should do the trick.
Loaded with flavorful beef, caramelized onions, crispy bacon, and a tangy whisky sauce, these sliders on homemade buns are appetizer magic.
Make an award-winning Irish whiskey cocktail this St. Patrick’s Day.
We all know of Virginia’s ham or peanuts, but how about their wine and whiskey? Weave through the Blue Ridge mountains along a delicious path of food and drink.
Let’s celebrate the rest of the chilly season with a smartly blended scotch whiskey stirred into equally as interesting cocktails.
This gluten free lava cake is loaded with a rich, oozing whiskey caramel sauce that emerges to mingle with the deep chocolate and pecans.
A recipe for an old fashioned peach buckle dessert infused with maple whisky, made with rye, and pure maple syrup.
The upcoming holidays call for great drinks specially made for the season. Both warm and cold, alcoholic and non, here’s a list of ideas to inspire you.
Gluten-free whiskey gives smoky flavors to caramel apple sauce perfect with pie or ice cream. Sweet-tart with a hint of orange to bring the spices together.
Truffles are a gift from the chocolate gods that we simply cannot get enough of. These are our 8 favorite recipes for these lovely bites of sin.
Whiskey is a drink for all seasons. Trade in that old-fashioned for a lighter, fizzier option in anticipation of a warm night.
A turn-of-the-century ice company is reinvented as a “beers and steers” hangout in DC. Whiskey, mason jars, and barbecue abound.
The combination of cardamom and rye is a natural extension of the traditional Old Fashioned cocktail flavors.
This quick oatmeal cookie with pecans and whiskey frosting is dressed up for grown-ups with a pleasant little nip.
The lovely combination of whiskey, fruit, and kombucha comes together in two elegant drinks that are full of life and good energies.
The touch of natural bitterness in walnuts plays against the sweetness of the turbinado sugar and the slight bite of the whisky for a taste that’s both lush and balanced.
This cocktail is full of Autumnal flavors but, unlike many seasonal drinks, it is served cold, making it ideal for the current mild weather.
This workhorse of a cake takes you from breakfast to dinner parties with a rustic sweetness that’s easy to love.
Bourbon and cherries love each other, and citrus juice and a bit of fizz make this more summery than its Manhattan kin.
Once this drink is mixed, you have a well-balanced, complex cocktail batched and ready for you to cry on its shoulder.
Tamara Novacoviç on how to make that favorful and delicious adult coffee.
A simple way to preserve dried little fiery piri piri peppers using oil and whiskey.
Meet the adult version of the classic and elegant chocolate mousse.
Aqua vitae – “water of life”. What better Father’s Day gift than a moment of your time as the two of you revitalize with a glass of carefully chosen high quality brandy?
Jerri Green with an excellent Derby Day suggestion on how to have your whiskey and eat it too.