Review #49: Laphroaig Triple Wood

Laphroaig was my gateway whisky – and also the way I discovered that I unequivocably love peat. We have been nursing this bottle steadily and the other night, we finally laid the bottle to rest.

The Triple Wood is a …

Blood & More Blood

One of the most famous scotch cocktails is the Blood and Sand. But to be quite honest, I’ve always found it saccharine and gross: orange juice and herring cherry liqueur are not my favorite ingredients. I’ve tried making boozy versions …

Review #47: ASW Burns Night

This is our fourth review (out of 5) on whiskies released by ASW Distillery (Atlanta, Georgia). We originally visited Atlanta with friends from college: the group ended up being a diverse group flying in from New York, Seattle, an Atlanta …

Review #46: ASW Duality Double Malt

This is part 3 of our 5-post series on ASW Distillery located in Atlanta, Georgia. We originally visited Atlanta to hang out with a few friends from college. During the trip we stopped by ASW Whisky Exchange, the huge tasting …

Review #44: ASW Fiddler Unison Bourbon Batch 4

We recently visited the tasting room at ASW distillery in the heart of Atlanta, which to our delight, focuses exclusively on whiskies (we are used to politely declining the vodka that is inevitably poured at many distilleries). For just $18, …