7 Whiskey Glasses Every Connoisseur Should Have

7 Whiskey Glasses Every Connoisseur Should Have

ImageGlass TypeDescriptionTulip (a.k.a. the copita-style glass, the dock glass) Based on the copita, a traditional Spanish glass used to sample sherry. It gained the name “dock glass” because it was commonly used by merchants to nose spirits at docksides. This...
How to Store Bourbon Properly

How to Store Bourbon Properly

Whiskey, unlike wine, does not continue to mature once it is bottled up. However, if you store your bourbon correctly, it can stay more or less unchanged for over one hundred years! As soon as you uncork your bottle, the bourbon will start to slowly oxidize, but...