THE WORLD’S DRINKS AND HOW TO MIX THEM BY – The Honorable William T. “Cocktail Bill” Boothby PUBLISHER – First … Continue reading Book (and time travel portal): The World’s Drinks and How to Mix Them by William Boothby
HOME BASE BOURBON Batch 25 (March 2022) bottled to celebrate Oakland Art Murmer, with a special edition label designed by … Continue reading Home Base Bourbon – Batch 25
To mark the three-year anniversary of The Right Spirit, here are some reflections on what writing 275 posts about whiskey … Continue reading A Whiskey Journey Part 5 – What have three years of writing whiskey notes done to me?
Meta? It’s at least a bit meta, for sure. (Aren’t most things in the iEra?) But the purposes of whiskey … Continue reading Notes on Whiskey Notes
If whiskey is “history in a bottle,” and history is essentially political history, then isn’t whiskey also politics in a … Continue reading Whiskey as History in a Bottle – on curiosity and the (in)curious habit of leaving politics at the door
HOME BASE SINGLE MALT Batch 1 (July 2021) MASH BILL – 100% malted barley PROOF – 92 AGE – 3 … Continue reading Home Base Single Malt Whiskey
WORKHORSE VIRGIN CASK RYE Batch No. One MASH BILL – 70% west coast rye, 20% malted barley, 10% malted wheat … Continue reading Two Workhorse Ryes: Virgin Cask & Redhorse
The start of a new year always seems a good time to check in on a whiskey journey, to take … Continue reading A Whiskey Journey Part 3 – Why I Whiskey
HOME BASE WHISKEY Single barrel selected by Bourbon County, San Francisco (2020) MASH BILL – 60% organic corn, 30% malted … Continue reading Home Base Whiskey (with a twist) – Store Pick!
HOME BASE BOURBON single barrel Batch #13 (2020) MASH BILL – 60% organic corn, 30% malted barley, 10% rye PROOF – … Continue reading National Siblings Day Comparison: Three Home Base Spirits Whiskeys