Getting Lost in the Woods

This drink comes from a bar in Lithuania, by way of /u/seanloreaux2 on Reddit. The original calls for 2 oz Oban, 0.5 oz pine infused simple syrup, 0.25 oz Fernet and 0.25 oz peated scotch (marked as optional but the more peat the merrier!)

Whisky Review #110: Cheftain’s Ledaig 21 Review

Legaig is the peated expression of the Tobermory distillery, the only currently open distillery on the Isle of Mull. The distillery was actually originally called Ledaig, and was founded way back in 1798. We grabbed a rare Sherried cask strength …

Review #108: SCN Milk and Honey 2 Year

Single Cask Nation (SCN) has sprung to cult status overnight. We have a Lechaig from this independent bottler that we absolutely adore, so I’ve been actively following their newsletters. They announced a Milk and Honey 2 year old rum cask …

The Cooper Union

So I realize now as I’m typing this that I misspelled the cocktail name on our latest Instagram post as the “Copper Union” but it’s too late and no one mentioned it, so I won’t be sweating it.

Despite not …

Review #95: Highland Park 2005 Octave

Vancouver is fun to visit, but there is a 90% chance it will rain at some point and then one needs an indoors activity contingency plan. For us, this typically involves liquor stores. In particular, I was very keen on …

Review #93: Kavalan Manzanilla Solist

This story starts with the basis that I am a very deal-oriented person. If I see a plane flight that has 7 extra hours of flight time combined with layover time but is $400 cheaper, I will purchase that over …