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whiskey dick

1. n. a penis exhibiting impotence, as from too much alcohol. Well, it looks like a case of whiskey dick.
2.  a limp windsock at an airport. There’s a whiskey dick over there on the right, so it looks like we can go in.
See also: dick, whiskey

whiskey tenor

n. a strained tenor. Four whiskey tenors do not a barbershop quartet make.
See also: whiskey
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A new market study, titled "Discover Global Irish Whiskey Market By Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges" has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
Whiskey made in the US is spelled with an "e", and the lawsuit claims the use of the term "Highland" and its spelling of "whisky" falsely imply that the product is Scotch wholly produced in Scotland.
For beer drinkers, such as myself, whiskey is a foreign drink.
From the US: TINCUP Whiskey (RRP PS32.95 thewhiskyexchange.com, masterofmalt.com) is named after an old mining town in Colorado, which itself was named for the tin cups miners used to sip their whiskey.
after an old mining town in Colorado, which itself was named for the tin cups miners used to sip their whiskey. On top of the bottle is a tin cup that can be used for sipping.
There's Scotch whisky and Ireland's whiskey. It is said that the current spelling arose from the mispronunciation of the Irish uisce, written uisge in Scotland's uisge beatha, literally 'water of life.' This was a direct translation of the Latin aqua vitae, the name given to distilled alcohol by the Irish monks during the Middle Ages.
Box up those dusty sports trophies and find a stud to hang your awkward family portraits because the Personalized Whiskey Decanter is reclaiming whiskey's proper place atop your mantel.
"And when it comes to whiskey, people are interested in anything new, in finding things to explore, learning and growing in the category."
Due to the specificity of whiskey's production methods, there is much disagreement about when the first whiskey emerged.
Defendants in that Big Whiskey's lawsuit that Whispers told you about last week have responded to James Bryant's allegations regarding the opening of a Big Whiskey's restaurant and bar in Bentonville.
Dublin, Ireland, November 24, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Coinciding with this weekend's launch of their online store for rare and historic Irish whiskey, Irish Spirit have announced an exclusive release of historic DWD Irish whiskey "Heritage Edition" to US and international markets, where the brand thrived in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Sarasota financial adviser Turner Moore discovered whiskey in the mid-'90s when his roommate brought home a bottle of Glenlivet.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 14, 2016-UK Whiskey Event Organiser IWSC Buys US Whisky Extravaganza
But often lost in this rather dispiriting history is one of the United States' most enduring--and popular--alcohols: American whiskey. With its Midwestern and Southern roots, whiskey might not have obvious Jewish cachet, but the quintessentially American beverage nevertheless carries strong tribal bona fides.
Irish Distillers, an affiliate of Pernod Ricard, has entered into exclusive negotiations with Sazerac regarding the sale of the Paddy Irish Whiskey brand, the 4th largest Irish whiskey brand in the world.