I'd like to get a nice bottle of whiskey (whisky?) for my son to open in about eighteen years when he turns twenty-one. [more inside]
posted by GatorDavid
on Dec 2, 2013 -
I had no idea how much I wanted a pumpkin spice whiskey until I turned up this
via Facebook this morning. But! It's only sold in New England! I can't find anywhere to buy it online and I don't know anyone who lives in New England. Am I out of options? Please let me know if you have any ideas/suggestions for obtaining this. (I live in Seattle, if that helps.) Thanks!
posted by skycrashesdown
on Sep 17, 2013 -
I need to buy my brother a very good bottle of scotch. The last very good bottle of scotch I bought him was Highland Park 12 year. He liked that. But he has done me a series of nice, nice favors for which I would like to top said Highland Park.
He also likes Laphroaig. Really, he just likes scotch and whiskey.
Suggestions, please, $200 and under.
posted by oflinkey
on Jul 10, 2013 -
My single malt top preference is for fairly tradiitonal peatty Islay malts. I very much enjoy most of the Laphroaig outputs and love the 16 year old Lagavulin - I can take or leave Bruichladdich and have no interest in the trend for super peatty malts. I am looking to expand my tastes into bourbon but have little experience. Given that love of Laphroaig and Lagavulin, what bourbons might most appeal?
posted by biffa
on Apr 20, 2013 -
I pulled up the old floor in our house and found an old, mostly full, quart bottle of whiskey labeled "William Penn". Our house, located in Indianapolis (US) was built in the 1890s but I don't think the bottle is that old. Here are some pictures 1 2 3 4 5
. It was wrapped in a German language newspaper that appeared to be from Indianapolis but is too fragmented to get a date from. What can you tell me about this whiskey?
posted by ChrisHartley
on Mar 25, 2013 -
I'm heading to Scotland in a few months and I'd like to give my host, who's a fan of Scotch (or just whisky, there) a gift of good American Bourbon. My criteria are that it's a very good bourbon, and that it's a bourbon that he couldn't get there in Scotland. I don't know anything about bourbon, though. Want to help me out? [more inside]
posted by perrce
on Jan 25, 2013 -
Alkies of AskMe! Please recommend me a scotch, rum, bourbon or other whisk(e)y for a man who loves dark beers. [more inside]
posted by Aizkolari
on Dec 23, 2012 -
Why are scotch whiskeys so often preceded by "the"? But vodka or ouzo (or whatever) is not. [more inside]
posted by sio42
on Oct 4, 2012 -
Are there any liquor stores in Seattle that have a decent bourbon whiskey selection (since the law changed)? [more inside]
posted by uleekunkel
on Jun 26, 2012 -
What can I expect from this unique unaged rye whiskey? Is this more likely to be a fine drinking experience, a cheesy collectors item, or a potential investment? [more inside]
posted by Jamesonian
on Apr 13, 2012 -
I live in New York. I'd like to drink a nice glass of whiskey or three after work today. I want to do it somewhere quiet. I live in the East Village, so would like it to be somewhere close to there. Any suggestions?
posted by whitneyarner
on Mar 8, 2012 -
I have two half-whiskey-barrels that I want to use as planters. How can I prevent them from rotting out in a few years? [more inside]
posted by jquinby
on Feb 25, 2012 -
Why is Scotch whisky called that, instead of "Scottish whisky"? And how did Scotch, which is (or should be) used as a versatile adjective, become short for the whisky itself? I'd think that'd be similar to calling Tennessee whiskey simply "Tennessee." Just curious. Thanks in advance.
posted by whitebird
on Dec 30, 2011 -
Help me find a great Irish Whiskey bar in downtown NYC - preferably near the Irish Rep theater! (West 22nd at Hudson) [more inside]
posted by Lipstick Thespian
on Nov 29, 2011 -
Suggestions for unique spirits specifically from Texas. Open to Rum, Gin, Rye and Whisky [more inside]
posted by MarvinJ
on Nov 11, 2011 -
Should I quit beer and switch entirely to whiskey? For health reasons? [more inside]
posted by naju
on Jun 22, 2011 -
Need help finding the glasses found in Don's office in Mad Men (as seen on the season 3 dvd/blu ray cover here
Just want to buy them, assume similarity with these glasses, not price, is the priority.
posted by Patbon
on Jan 5, 2011 -
I was looking at an Icelandic book of recipes from 1858 that is largely based on Danish cookbooks and in it there's a recipe for "whiskey" which is made from tea, sugar, lemonjuice and white wine. This isn't terribly similar to glühwein or glögg, but not entirely dissimilar. My question is, does anyone know why this is referred to as "whiskey" in the recipe book? Has anyone heard any kind of European mulled wine referred to by that name? Or know another name for mixed wine and tea drinks? I've put the recipe inside. [more inside]
posted by Kattullus
on Dec 1, 2010 -
I'm looking for an exhaustive list of Kentucky Bourbon Distilleries that are open to the public. Are there more out there than the Kentucky Bourbon Trail? [more inside]
posted by pipco
on Nov 16, 2010 -
Help me identify a movie or tv show based on a half-remembered scene involving a bar patron ordering whiskey and water. [more inside]
posted by 1f2frfbf
on Oct 26, 2010 -
I'd like to know more about the Scotch that's are sitting on my desk right now. Beyond "oh this is peaty!" I'm interested in background information and historical yarns. [more inside]
posted by soma lkzx
on Jul 27, 2010 -
Looking for a movie . Location: China / Time: Not sure, maybe around 2nd World War / Topic: A westerner and a Chinese guy live in China and try to run a whiskey business. [more inside]
posted by yoyo_nyc
on May 26, 2010 -
I want to become a whiskey drinker, lover and aficionado. Over the past several months I have grown to enjoy whiskey very much. Can someone point be in the right direction of some good whiskies to start building a nice collection around? Any literature I can get my hands on to improve my whiskey knowledge?
posted by Tenacious.Me.Tokyo
on Apr 11, 2010 -
Is there an easy way to determine the value of a very old bottle of Scotch Whiskey? It has been in the cellar here since I was a young boy. No idea exactly how old it is. It has got to be at least 30 years old. Teachers Highland Cream.
posted by kapu
on Feb 26, 2010 -
I want to find consumables that are aged exactly 18 years, and send them to northern California within 2 weeks. [more inside]
posted by nat
on Jul 8, 2009 -