Introducing the 100-Proof Turkey; 60-Year-Old Macallan Now World's Most Expensive Scotch
The age-old Thanksgiving Day question is back: red or white. The answer? It doesn't matter -- just make sure you have lots of it and plastic cups for doling it out.
Drinks International, a trade magazine, has named two Australian bars the best in the region. So, what's so great about drinking Down Under? (Apparently everything.)
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Adopt a new Thanksgiving tradition this year by pairing your actual turkey with Wild Turkey bourbon. As an added bonus, it also works with tofu.
Apparently, the latest stupid turkey trend is the 100-proof bird. Chefs have been infusing theirs and making gravy with 100-proof vodka.
There's a new most expensive Scotch: A 60-year-old single-malt Macallan finished in Sherry casks went for $460,000 at a recent Sotheby's auction.
A new study reveals that young women are binge drinking more, and that the physical toll of alcohol is greater for women than for men.
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