Introducing the 100-Proof Turkey; 60-Year-Old Macallan Now World's Most Expensive Scotch
The age-old Thanksgiving Day question is back: red or white. The answer? It doesn't matter -- just make sure you have lots of it and plastic cups for doling it out. [NY Times]
Drinks International, a trade magazine, has named two Australian bars the best in the region. So, what's so great about drinking Down Under? (Apparently everything.) [Wall Street Journal]
Adopt a new Thanksgiving tradition this year by pairing your actual turkey with Wild Turkey bourbon. As an added bonus, it also works with tofu. [Fine Cooking]
Apparently, the latest stupid turkey trend is the 100-proof bird. Chefs have been infusing theirs and making gravy with 100-proof vodka. [Gothamist]
There's a new most expensive Scotch: A 60-year-old single-malt Macallan finished in Sherry casks went for $460,000 at a recent Sotheby's auction. [Forbes]
A new study reveals that young women are binge drinking more, and that the physical toll of alcohol is greater for women than for men. [MSNBC]
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