Boozy Sweets for St. Patrick’s Day
For a lot of people, certain holidays are not just an excuse to drink, but an excuse to drink more. Blame it on the … Read More
Green Up Your Cocktails
Mixologists have been getting creative with ingredients and adding Superfoods (foods rich in nutrients beneficial to one’s health) to their cocktails. While nutritionists are quick to … Read More
First dates are a tricky proposition. They can be tentative, tense, and downright uncomfortable.
Or, if you are lucky, the stars align and Mr. or Miss. I-Don’t-Know becomes Mr. or … Read More
Forty kilometers south of Siena, the town of Montalcino rises out of the rolling hills.
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And these Mediterranean hills conceal secrets – areas of rich … Read More
Booze-Free Sippers to Refresh Your Body
Ten years ago, the idea of a real – and respected – career as a bartender was questionable. These … Read More
Canadian Whisky is arguably the most overlooked and misunderstood category of spirits, and yet, unbeknownst to the majority of the American market, the category is going through a massive creative … Read More
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The refrain of “parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme” comes from an old English folk song, which gained popularity thanks to Simon and Garfunkel’s classic hit “Scarborough … Read More
Once upon a time you knew where you were.
Vodka came from Russia or Poland. But then, some really good vodkas came out of Scandinavia. And Grey Goose began making … Read More
Enjoy This Luxurious Pairing, Just Because.
Indulgence isn’t a particularly “American” trait given our Puritan history. Of course, modern life and its proliferation of “buy me-buy me” advertising makes even … Read More
Cranberries aren’t just for cranberry sauce.
By making syrup, muddling fresh berries, or even using cranberry sauce, you can put a unique and tangy spin on a drink. Plus, if … Read More
“The Field Guide to Drinking in America” Reveals All Photo Courtesy of Option-G/Cole Gerst
The Good Ole’ U.S. of A. has some very strange laws. In North Carolina, bingo games … Read More
When you drink rye, you are drinking American history.
Rye is not just a type of whiskey; it’s the whiskey that the gunslingers demanded when their spurs clink-clink-clinked into the … Read More
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How To Make a Perfect Gin Gimlet
Top 10 Polish Vodkas to Sip Neat
RumChata Launches RumChata Limón
7 Vodkas That Mix an Excellent Martini
10 U.S. Distilleries with Distinctive History
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July 3, 2020
Industry Personalities Weigh-in on Where We Go from Here
Drink of the Week: Bepi’s Shandy by Brenda Riepenhoff
July 1, 2020
Bartenders Reveal their Favorite Wines and Why
A Toast to Bootleggin’ Women this 4th of July
Must Mix Rye Cocktails this July 4th
Chillin’ with Elixir
Drink of the Week: Time to Percolate by Crystal Chasse
June 29, 2020
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Doctors Come Up with a Simple Solution to Remove Histamines and Sulfites from Wine
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