• What I'm Drinking: The Cliftonness

    5 days ago - By A.J. Rathbun

    The other day, decided to browse around the drink library while watching Hammer House of Horror as one does, and was flipping through Jacques Staub's simply-called classic Drinks from 1914 and came across an intriguing number called The Clifton. At the same time, I was trying to think of a drink to have with Gold Bar whiskey , a small bottle of which had just shown in the mail.
    Gold Bar is a blended American whiskey made from three grains: corn, rye, and barley, aged in French oak, and, as they say, “matured by the sea” in San Francisco. I love a good ocean-going yarn! It's also in one of...
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