by Joey Stewart
CraveDFW was invited to Savor Gastropub on a late afternoon this week as Chef Matt Hank and team were testing out the menu for their upcoming whiskey dinner to be held on Tuesday February 28th. Savor typically favors wine dinners, so when a former employee and now brand ambassador for Angel’s Envy suggested the event, the Chef wasn’t sold. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
December is always a good month for so many reasons, but for many bourbon enthusiasts it is allocation time for the Van Winkle brand which is produced jointly by the Sazerac Company and Buffalo Trace Distillery.
Pappy Van Winkle is aged for 15, 20 or 23 years, which is considerably longer than the aging period for most bourbons. The 20 year is bottled at 90.4 U.S. proof (45.2% alcohol by volume) and has been described as “intensely fruity”. The 15 year is bottled at 107 proof. The 23 year is bottled at 95.6 proof. Continue reading