Governed by stringent international regulations, the group of liquor known as "whiskey" consists of bourbon, rye, scotch, and straight whiskey. The difference between these is the fermentation, distillation, and cask-aging process. Most importantly, the right kind tastes really good, particularly after a day on the slopes.
We’ve compiled some of the best slopeside whiskeys after consulting mixologists and mountain drinkers, plus some arduous taste-testing research. These are ideal for fanatics wanting to sip it straight up or newbies expanding their palates' horizons with a whiskey cocktail.