Gourmet Baked Goods Made with a Hint Of Whisky and a lot of Love

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How does whisky impact the taste of food?

Whisky has been used in cooking for ages. It adds flavour and complexity to sweet and savory dishes. Whisky is aged in American Oak which is rich in vanillins and we all know that vanilla is delicious. It is also aged in Sherry Casks - which add fruity notes to the spirit - yum! Whisky adds depth and character while also adding moisture to baked goods. In a nutshell - whisky is a magical ingredient and Aunt Beth is a genius (JK)

  • The Singleton 12 Year Old

    A Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky aged for 12 years in a combination of ex American and ex Oloroso Sherry Cask this whisky has beautiful notes of apple and toffee. Pour yourself a dram and enjoy this with sound of our Singleton Speyside Big Short Cookies!

  • Woodford Reserve Distillers Select

    This Bourbon has everything you would want in a whiskey - vanilla, spice with a slight nuttiness. It is perfect neat, on ice or in a cocktail or even better with a Woodford Reserve Coco Crinkle Cookie!

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  • Jameson's Cold Brew

    A new addition to the Jameson family this world renowned Irish whiskey combines whiskey and cold brew coffee made from 100% Arabica beans sourced from Brazil and Colombia. This is a great whiskey to enjoy on ice or in an espresso martini. We've added it to our Jameson's Cold Brew Espresso Yourself Cookie - YUMMY!