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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Spirits

Scottish single-malt whiskeys use only one type of grain, barley (bourbon, in contrast, calls for a mix of grains). Recently, American distillers have fallen for the single-malt style. Here, a few favorites.

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Spirits

For one driven distiller, the ancient peat bogs of the Northwest are the sludgy secret to a locavore single malt.

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Bartenders love to recommend the cinnamon-flavored spirit.

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The latest destination for craft gin in England? The airport.

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Whiskey makers lead a rapidly-expanding pack of American craft distillers.

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New sales numbers show what the country drank in 2015.

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Drink This Now

Listen up, single malt lovers.

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Wine Talk

F&W’s Ray Isle suggests a wine or spirit gift for every type of partygoer.

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Tasting Room

Macallan's record for the most expensive whiskey ever released was just confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records. Here are some terrific new single malts that don't cost even a tiny fraction of the price.

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Drink This Now

If you’re ever in the mood for a top-shelf slow-sipping dram to end your evening, chances are you’ll select Scotch, bourbon or perhaps Cognac. Tequila companies are looking to change that. 

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