A couple of weeks ago I received a bottle of Wyoming Whiskey. I was immediately inspired by the company and how they came to make this true-to-its-roots whiskey. Blending the best of their state with traditional methods and top bourbon talent, these guys took no easy way out. I asked co-founder David DeFazio a couple of questions about his product, the story behind the company, and how Steve Nally, a bourbon Hall of Famer with 33 years at Makers...

  Happy St. Paddy's Day, Whiskey Women! I was lucky enough to spend it with one of my favorite whiskey-loving ladies Kaleena Goldsworthy who is quite literally one of the best human beings on this planet. We talked whiskey, tasted different libations from my home collection and made a green-inspired cocktail in celebration of the holiday for all of you to enjoy. Without further adieu, we present Four Leaves.   Why Four Roses you ask? Well, we were out of Irish Whisky so...
The first thing every woman needs to learn about Single Malt Scotch Whisky is there is an infinite amount of things you may learn about them; what regions are there? what barrels are used for the aging? what is peat? To add water or ice? The number one thing to know is: drink it any way you like.  Some will try and tell you all different ways to drink “the water of life”, but the only right way is the...
"That Paris exists and anyone could choose to live anywhere else in the world will always be a mystery to me." -- Adriana Ivancich I don’t know about you ladies, but this cool weather has got me all kinds of inspired. Being a Sagittarius, I personally thrive when it’s cold, so it is no surprise I’ve been flooded with cocktail ideas the past week. So here’s a slow sipper for your cold winter night ladies-- The Salted Cynar Boulevardier. Best enjoyed...
That's right, ladies. Cocktail Kingdom now makes their famous Usagi Cobbler Shaker for cats and dogs. Okay, the cat version may technically be labeled as a "baby rattle", but we can tell that it was obviously made for the whiskey kitten in your life. These fun and positively lovely toys are each under $10.00 and will keep your furry friend busy for at least the amount of time it takes you to shake up a cocktail after that long day...
 I've been really into Cynar lately.  Like, really into it. If you haven't heard of it before, Cynar is an Italian liqueur made from 13 different herbs and plants, most notably artichoke, from which it gets its name and majority of its flavor. With a low ABV of only 16.5%, as well as it’s balanced bitter, yet lightly sweet characteristics, Cynar definitely falls into the category of "apertif-disgestif.” This means that not only is it wonderful to enjoy by itself,...