Man does not live by bread alone. And a father, well, he needs even more, what with the middle of the night wake-ups, the tantrums, and the exploded filthy diapers. I have four children. Under the age of 10. Just
Sitting on my desk is a tumbler of bourbon. Its deep amber color shines out through the dewy glass. Tom’s Foolery is its whimsical name. It is 90 proof (45% alcohol by volume), and tastes of corn, apple, vanilla and
Some time in the 1990s bottles of whiskey finished in flavoring casks first landed at our door. They were Bowmore Scotch whiskies, some aged in barrels that once held Oloroso sherry, others spent time in casks that held port or Bordeaux red
Don’t let the orange and gold retro label fool you—at $22 for a 1.75 liter handle, Old Grand-Dad is a grand bargain. It is a Bourbon with a higher rye content than most of the other Bourbons on today’s market,
This is a fine Bourbon, and a great Bourbon for the price. We picked a fifth of it up for a mere $24. At 107 proof, this wheated Bourbon is not for the novice. It is 107 proof and intense.
Say “whiskey” in America and the first state that comes to mind is Kentucky. This is not surprising, seeing as Kentucky has become synonymous with Bourbon, which has expertly advertised itself as “the spirit of America.” The assumption that if