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On the Tennessee Whiskey Trail

Mike Gerrard | Posted 13.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Mike Gerrard

Heading to the Southern USA in pursuit of distilleries to visit, it's easy to get confused. And that's before you've even had a drink. American bourbon and whiskey are different. Bourbon doesn't have to be made in Bourbon County, or even in Kentucky. You can make bourbon in Tennessee, or even in Texas if you abide by the rules. Tennessee is more noted for its whiskey, though. And in the USA they do spell it whiskey except for the people who spell it whisky.

Five Spirit Suggestions From the Big and Small

Ryan Cheti | Posted 18.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Ryan Cheti

Some casks are lacking the magic to be chosen alone - perhaps interesting, but not the wonder that wants to stand alone. The key is trusting bottlers who reflect your own tastes...

Whisky Galore! The Tips on Investing

David Robertson | Posted 14.07.2013 | UK Lifestyle
David Robertson

'Whisky Galore!' the wartime film and story of the people of Eriskay seizing upon the whisky cargo of a nearby shipwreck, has forged headlines and cultural associations of the drink, since it hit our screens almost 65 years ago. And the associations continue to this day. Last week, one lucky buyer paid £12,050 for two bottles of that now infamous cargo.

Interview - The Vaccines at Jack Daniels Birthday 2012

Carly Wilford | Posted 20.01.2013 | UK Entertainment
Carly Wilford

With Jack Daniels celebrating its birthday with a monumental party at a cave in the heart of Yorkshire's rolling hills. I caught up with The Vaccines before they played their headline set.

Live Review - Jack Daniels Birthday 2012 - Are bands selling out to brands?

Carly Wilford | Posted 07.12.2012 | UK Entertainment
Carly Wilford

When Jack Daniels celebrate a birthday, they know how to do it in style. Most people get a group of their mates, hit the local nightclubs and get plastered. This weekend, JD took birthday parties to a whole new level. Creating a musical heaven tucked away in 'The Devils Arse' up in Sheffield's Peak District, they turned a unusual tourist spot into a stunning live music backdrop.