Whiskey Cocktails

The Smallman Street Snail Cocktail

By S.D. Peters My bottle of Wigle White Rye Whiskey was appended with an informative little flyer, courtesy of Wigle Whiskey. In addition to a blurb about Wigle’s unique Monongahela Rye roots, the flyer promoted two specialty cocktails inspired by Wigle White Rye. The second of these, the Smallman Street Snail (named for the Pittsburgh, PA, street of Wigle Whiskey’s ...

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Hot Toddies With Other Whiskeys

By Richard Thomas The Hot Toddy is one of the oldest and most traditional medicinal whiskey cocktails, the classic remedy for chasing away winter’s cold chills. The lemons give you vitamin C for health, the honey soothes, and the whiskey numbs. The traditional Hot Toddy is a Scotch drink, although some variations exist. A spin on the Hot Toddy from ...

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Scotch Hot Toddy

By Richard Thomas Seeing as how it’s mid-winter, what could be more appropriate than a look at the classic hot whiskey cocktail, the Hot Toddy? A traditional drink in Scotland and northern England, the Hot Toddy has been around for centuries, and is sometimes thought of as a cold and flu symptom reliever, making it one of the oldest twists ...

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