Whiskey

What’s the History of the Irish Car Bomb?
The Irish car bomb (a shot of Irish whiskey and Irish cream dropped into a pint of Guinness) is a standard St. Patrick’s Day cocktail, though its origins aren’t commonly known. First of all, it didn’t originate in Ireland. In 1979, Charles B. Oat created the drink at Wilson …
Whiskey Business: Does Bourbon Really Get Better With Age?
If the majority of top-shelf whiskeys require a 10-20 year aging process, then how are those distilleries just getting started in the business able to market and distribute a brand without waiting decades for their first batch to mature? The truth is, not all whiskey needs such a lengthy aging proce…
Wyoming Whiskey Hits The Shelves
Only the finest Wyoming grains were chosen.  Only the best, most natural water was harvested from aquifers deep in the Wyoming ground.  After three years of ageing in oak barrels, Wyoming Whiskey is finally available to eager Wyomingites everywhere. Bourbon whiskey originated in Kentucky. …