Sure, a drinking horn or oversized flagon of ale is the usual fair for your norse god of thunder types, but every now and then when Thor likes a smooth single-malt whiskey, what’s he going to have? The folks at Highland Park distillery appear eager to answer that timeliness question. Also, he has a blog.
Thor is the first release in the Highland Park Valhalla Collection and like its namesake, shares many of the legendary Norse god’s larger-than-life characteristics.
Why should a whiskey barrel only be used once to bring happiness into the world? Why not re-purposed it into a conversation piece of furniture?
The Whiskey Barrel Coffee Table is made using an aged-oak Whiskey barrel that once had a home in a Tennessee distillery. Now it’s a furniture piece that makes for a perfect conversation starter. A pine tabletop is placed on top of the barrel, and the base is hand-stained for “rustic charm.”
Each year it seems that research shows more and more supposedly human traits, are also found in animals. Tool use, language, names, etc. But so far, whiskey seems to be safe.
As one of the few remaining whisky distilleries in the world still using manual mixing techniques during the production process, Monkey Shoulder makes a rich and uniquely flavorful blend. This hands-on turning of the barley was once known to cause a temporary ailment for which this whisky is named. Monkey Shoulder has adopted the same time-tested techniques under better working conditions—and without the risk of injury—to create their signature …