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6 Things Every Woman Should Know About Whiskey

Everyone in your crew making the move from vodka cranberries to whiskey punch? You're not alone. Before you go hitting up your local liquor store for more Jack Daniels, read this primer on what to know about the real stuff.
  • Bryan Riordan

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White whiskey collins - Similar to its friend, Tom Collins (a gin cocktail), this is a sweet drink, made with soda water, fruit, and a bit of simple syrup—perfect for porch drinking.

Pickleback - Ask anyone who struggles with whiskey: Pickle juice is the perfect pairing. The salty, vinegar-y flavor of the pickle juice masks the harsh after-effect of the liquor. (Think: tequila and salt, get it?)