12 Reason Whiskey Drinkers Make Better Lovers

Of all the drinkers, whiskey drinkers make the best lovers— they’re mysterious, worldly and know how to captivate themselves to every audience. They strike the perfect balance of straight edge and crazy, which radiates sex-appeal. 12 Reason Whiskey Drinkers Make Better Lovers: 1. Whiskey drinkers help you appreciate the little things. Whiskey is a simple … Read more

The Brown Derby: A Perfect Spring Cocktail

As weather warms across the south, I want to spend my free time outside with something cold, sweet and refreshing. Most people would point to clear alcohols. Not me. I’m of the Ron Swanson school. But that doesn’t mean your drink has to be stuffy or stiff. The Brown Derby is a bourbon based cocktail … Read more

Scotch 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Scotland’s Whisky

At its most basic level, scotch is a specific type of whisky that comes from Scotland with extremely deep history. The etymology comes from the Gaelic word “usquebaugh” meaning “water of life.” And, to put it simply, this article aims to teach you everything you need to know about scotch whisky.   Whiskey vs. Whisky? … Read more

All-American Dessert: Fireball Whisky Infused Apple Slices with Caramel Drizzle Recipe

If you’re tired of boring ol’ party snacks or often wonder how you can make a more adult version of your kids’ favorite after school snacks– we’ve got the recipe for you. And it might be one of the easiest recipes to ever grace a kitchen.

Adult After School Snack/Fireball Whisky Infused Apple Slices with Caramel Drizzle Recipe:


  • Slice the apples and place into a storage container.
  • Add Fireball Whisky (amount is up to you, but most of the slices should be fully submerged).
  • Cover the slices and Fireball Whiskey; refrigerate for at least 4 hours.
  • Serve on a tray and drizzle with caramel sauce.
  • Enjoy!

Cran-Applejack and Ginger Recipe Puts a New Twist on An Old Favorite

Jack and ginger is a staple in just about every part of the country and even a go-to drink for a lot of people.

Though we’re big fans of the old adage, “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” sometimes things need to be spiced up a little.

We took the classic and simple whiskey (usually Jack Daniel’s) and ginger (ginger ale) and added in a few new ingredients for a fun twist on this old favorite.

Start with a few muddled cranberries, the juice of an apple (or a splash or two of apple juice), add whiskey and ginger ale! Throw in an apple slice for presentation.

14 Must-Have Drinking Accessories For Men

Whether you consider yourself a social drinker, a lush, or maybe you’re a connoisseur of all things alcohol— these must-have drinking accessories might be right up your alley. 14 Must-Have Drinking Accessories For Men: 1. Whiskey Stones. Skip the ice and serve your drinks on the rocks— literally. Whiskey stones won’t ever water down your … Read more

Florida Georgia Line Does a Taste Test of Their Own Whiskey: “It’s Like a Party Cake”

Florida Georgia Line isn’t just celebrating the release of their third studio album, Dig Your Roots, they are also celebrating their very own whiskey release. Old Camp whiskey is a mix of the boys’ roots in Florida and Georgia. View this post on Instagram Backstage with @Flagaline. Our boys love to sip a little somethin’ … Read more

Blackberry Lemonade Is All Grown Up With A Whiskey Twist

Blackberry lemonade is a classic southern drink. Tart, sweet, and delicious all at once, it’s a staple of many summer parties. This blackberry lemonade has adult flair to it, with a splash of whiskey and a rosemary sprig for garnish. Once you have the simple syrup done, it’s super easy to make, and a beautiful … Read more

How To Make The “Chris Stapleton” Cocktail

Country music lovers and whiskey enthusiasts rejoice! I present to you the best ”
cocktail” ever concocted. You don’t have to be a certified mixologist to make this drink correctly every time. Just follow these straightforward instructions and you’ll have the perfect “Chris Stapleton” every time. If you somehow mess this up, you’ll have no one to blame but yourself.

First, you’re going to want to obtain a glass or cup. Really, any dish you can comfortable drink out of will do. I recommend either a lowball glass or if you’re feeling really southern, a mason jar also works well.

Second, you’re going to need to get
whiskey. Bourbon is my go-to choice, but corn whiskey or rye may also work in a pinch.

Third, you’re going to want to make sure that your cocktail isn’t contaminated with any other ingredients. No ice. No garnishes. No fruit. No mixers. Nothing. Your glass will only contain whiskey and air.

Finally, it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Bring it to your lips and fire away. Nothing should come between whiskey and you. It won’t bite (much).