Whiskies From a Land Down Under (Episode 781: August 19, 2019)20190821111733
Mark GillespieAugust 21, 2019abuse, acquisition, Alberta, allegations, assault, Australia, Baudonia, Bill Lark, black mold, Black Velvet, blog, Bonnybridge, brownies, Bulleit Bourbon, Canada, Canadian Whisky, Clay Whittaker, Conor McGregor, court, David Vitale, Diageo, distilling, Dublin, Edinburgh, fungus, Gail Chambers, Gary Harris-Newsham, Heaven Hill, Hellyers Road, Hobart, Hollis Bulleit, Hollis Worth, Ireland, Irish Whiskey, Iron House, Josh Hafer, Lark Distillery, lawsuit, lawyer, Lethbridge, Levenmouth, Lexington Herald-Leader, Mark Littler, Melbourne, mixed martial arts, Nick Turner, Overeem, Patrick Maguire, podcast, police, Proper No. Twelve, pub, punch, Scotland, single malt, Starward, Sullivan's Cove, Tasman Whisky, Tasmania, Tasmania Distillery, Tasmanian Whisky Week, Tassie, Ted Matthews, The Spirits Business, Thomas Chambers, Tom Bulleit, UFC, video, whiskey, whisky, Whisky Waffle0 comments
This time around, we’re in Australia as Tasmania’s distillers wrap up the third annual Tasmanian Whisky Week. It’s been 27 years sin...
Episode 488: July 18, 201420140718225345
Mark GillespieJuly 18, 2014Adelphi, Alliance Global, Anchorman, Andrew Tan, Angel's Envy, antitrust, Ardnamurchan, Australia, Barry Crockett, bartender, Ben & Jerry's, Ben Hogan, brand, Brian Nation, Brisbane, Brown-Forman, buckwheat, Byron Nelson, Cameronbridge, cat, Catskill Distilling, celebrity, Cheech & Chong, Cheech Marin, City Council, cocktails, comment, Commonwealth Games, community, competition, Competition & Markets Authority, contest, Dallas, David Beckham, Defiant Rye, Diageo, Dodge, drinks, Duke, Duke University, Ed Caan, Edinburgh, Elijah Leone, Finger Lakes, Fireball, Firestone & Robertson, flavored, football, Fort Worth, Four Roses, Glasgow, Glasgow 2014, Glen Garden, Glenbeg, GlenDronach, Glenmorangie, Glenturret, golf, Haig Club, India, Indiana, Irish Distillers, J.E. Seagram, J.R. Ewing, Jack Daniel's, Jeff Bell, Jim Beam, John Wayne, Kentucky, Kentucky Fire, Larry Hagman, Lawrenceburg, lawsuit, LDI, Leonard Firestone, licensing, Lilith Morgan, Linda Ruffenach, Liqueur, Louisville, mascot, merger, mezcal, MGP, MGP-I, Michael Howard, Midleton Very Rare, movies, neighbors, Oakland, Open Championship, Paramount, PDT, pet, Piccadilly, Prairie Creek Beverages, punch, recipe, regulators, Reserve Bank of India, rights, Riviera Imports, Ron Burgundy, ruling, Seagram's, Selfridge's, Simon Fuller, single grain, soccer, Southfork Bottling Company, stars, Stephanie Seagram, Strong Spirits, Taylor Made, television, Tennessee Fire, Texas, The Famous Grouse, The Whisky Shop, trademark, Troy Robertson, turtle, TV, United Spirits, Vijay Mallya, Warner Brothers, Waterloo, Whyte & Mackay, Will Ferrell, zoning0 comments
Celebrity-branded spirits are a big trend these days, and the whisky world is no exception. Last week, we reported on the lawsuit filed by John Wayne&...
Jeff Bell’s Johnnie Walker One-Two Punch20140718202404
Mark GillespieJuly 18, 2014bar, bartender, beer, cocktail, Double Black, drinks, Jeff Bell, Johnnie Walker, Oleo-Saccharum, PDT, Pilsner, punch, recipe, shandy0 comments
July 18, 2014 – Jeff Bell is the head bartender at PDT in New York City’s East Village, and created this punch recipe for a Johnnie Walker...
Basil Hayden’s End Zone20140127195403
Redbreast Punch Recipes From NYC’s The Dead Rabbit20131217163536
Mark GillespieDecember 17, 2013Access Communications, bartender, cocktail, Pernod Ricard USA, punch, recipe, Redbreast, The Dead Rabbit0 comments
December 17, 2013 – Punch is a staple at holiday parties, and the bartenders at The Dead Rabbit in New York City created two punch recipes featu...
Kilbeggan’s Patriot Punch20130619222908