This Is the World's Most Valuable Whiskey Collection, According to Guinness World Records

Jack Daniel's Whiskey Advent Calendar Finally Arrives in the U.S. This Christmas

This Rip Van Winkle Hotel Package Includes a Pappy Van Winkle-paired Dinner

Watch: P!nk Plays 'Sip, Savor, Spit' with Whiskey

Jack Daniel's Whiskey Barrel Christmas Trees Are Coming to Five Cities This Season

Macallan Bottle Sells for Nearly $2 Million—Even Without the Fancy Artwork

On May 18, 2018, the Dow Jones Industrial average was at 24,715. Today, it's currently at 26,770. That's not a terrible return on your investment, but you could have done much better buying a single bottle of whisky. On May 18 of last year, a bottle of The Macallan 1926 60-Year-Old Scotch became the first single bottle of whisky to sell for $1 million.

Four James Beard-Nominated Chefs Collaborated with WhistlePig on a New Rye Whiskey

What do you get when you select four James Beard-nominated chefs from across the country, fly them to a Vermont distillery, and give them a fully immersive lesson in whiskey blending? According to online craft spirits club Flaviar.com, you end up with a lot of dad jokes and a few axes thrown toward a bonfire. But the chefs also learned enough to blend a limited-edition, bespoke rye whiskey for WhistlePig.

Japanese Whiskey Collection Breaks Auction Record with Nearly $1 Million Price Tag

If talk of a potential recession has got you down, don't worry: Here's another story about a collector spending an insane amount of money on whiskey to prove that at least some people have money to burn. A complete set of Hanyu Ichiro's "Card Series" whiskies sold in Hong Kong for $917,000 today, breaking the record for money spent on a single collection of Japanese whiskey, according to auction house Bonhams.


Wild Turkey Will Release Its Oldest Ever Rye Whiskey

A ‘Whisky Hotel’ Will Open in London This Fall

At most hotel bars in London, you’d expect to be able to get a decent glass of whisky: The U.K. capital is an upmarket place and not too far from the home of Scotch. But one whisky bar in the city is going the other way around: Their whisky service has proved to be so successful that they’re expanding their bar into an entire whisky hotel.