Being a whiskey drinker, and since moving to Ireland, I have been asked a few times about the differences between a bourbon and a whiskey. So, I dug this old article up I wrote on the subject of bourbon. Bourbon is an American Whiskey that can trace its roots back to the early settlers of the country, who brought whiskey recipes with them and made it their own using products more easily grown locally. The state of Kentucky produces most of the bourbon sold in this country, although there are a couple of distilleries outside of Kentucky that brew bourbon. Origin Whiskey can trace its roots all the way back to the Moors’ migration into Western Europe. Yet, bourbon is a relatively recent revision to the variations of whiskey. It is commonly believed that settlers in Pennsylvania are the origins of bourbon brewing using rye as its primary ingredient in making a whiskey or whisky, depending on spelling preference. It wasn’t until whiskey brewing moved to Kentucky that corn began to be
This hot whiskey cider recipe is great for the cold winter months around the holidays. Directions Heat 1 cup cider Add spoon of honey to glass Poor 2oz whiskey in glass Slice some lime Add cloves to lime Add hot cider to glass Finish with lime slice
In this video, this handsome couple orders some instant cocktails in the mail. "Needs Ice Only," the packaging says, so let's find out. Ordered from https://niococktails.co.uk/ Note: Available in the UK only.