Bourbon, Whisky

Maker’s Mark Misses My Mark 

Enter any frat house in North America, and behind the decaying furniture and overturned beer cans, you’ll almost certainly see the red-waxed necks of Maker’s  Mark bottles strewn about. Its appeal to fraternity drinkers is threefold: It’s readily accessible at all liquor stores, it’s iconic (and thus…

Scotch, Whisky

A Dram of The Dalmore 15 

I’m never one to refuse scotch, especially when that scotch is promised to be a 15 year old single malt. So when my Aunt opted to bring me a sample of her recently-purchased The Dalmore 15, I enthusiastically accepted (thanks again Paulette!) This Highland scotch…

Bourbon, Whisky

Bulleit Bourbon is Worth a Shot 

The first time I was introduced to Bulleit Bourbon, it was described to me as the “go-to, bar standard for bourbon in most of the United States.” Whether this was meant as a flattering compliment or damning criticism is hard to determine, but one thing…


Imbibing Whiskey With the Intern 

It seems absurd to have an intern who doesn’t like drinking supporting your alcohol site. Yet, Andrew was eager to participate, and I could hardly blame him. As part of Andrew’s internship at Sublime Imbibing, I was insistent he at least TRY a whiskey tasting….