Here Are 2 Important Things To Keep In Mind When Drinking Whiskey In Hot Weather

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When people speak of “whiskey weather,” they refer to the cold, wet days of late autumn, winter and early spring, where whiskey’s warming finish offers good service. Indeed, it is that warming effect provides the stimulant value for that classic cold remedy, the Hot Toddy.

That same warming effect poses a dilemma for most whiskey enthusiasts during the warmer summer months. Unless you live in naturally cool climate, such as Scotland, or a refrigerated, air conditioned...

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