It's a Shame To Think These 3D Milled Ice Cubes Will Melt Away

If you're throwing a dinner party and really want to impress your guests, nothing says "I have too much money and free time" like using a 3D milling machine to sculpt a frozen drink-chilling masterpiece like this. Read More >>

Budget Lidl Whisky Getting Booze Experts Drunk With Delight

Next time you're shamelessly picking up a trolley full of cheap Polish chocolate down at your local Lidl be sure to grab a bottle of Scotch at the same time, as connoisseurs say the chain is stocking an absolute classic of a single malt. Read More >>

Whisky Matured In Space Could Be an Absolutely Genius Idea Out of Scotland

What’s better than a fine single malt? How about one that’s been matured in zero g? Space whisky is here, thanks to a Scottish distillery that decided to blast a barrel up to the ISS for a bit of out-of-this world maturing. Read More >>

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A Drinking Game You Play with Your iPad

Proof is an elegantly designed web app drinking game for the iPad that encourages you to learn something about alcohol while you're drinking alcohol. But don't think of it as a student drinking game, instead think fancy man with a glass of scotch drinking experience. Read More >>

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Your Next Party Trick: Turn Water into Whiskey

Filmmaker Casey Neistat shows a neat trick that can turn a shot full of water into a shot filled with whiskey all through... magic? Sleight of hand? Devil's work? Destiny? No. DENSITY. Read More >>

Rolling Ice Ball Makes Your Whiskey Slightly More Flavourful

I drink my whiskey on the rocks. But don't call me a little girl for that. At least I can make my cold/ruined whiskey a little more aromatic with this big rolling ball of ice in a glass. Read More >>

Whisky + Lasers = a Glass Full of Awesome

You know what's great? Really good scotch whiskey. You know what's not great? Fake scotch whiskey. Worry not. Researchers at St. Andrews University have figured out how to test your whiskey's authenticity by shooting it with lasers. Read More >>


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