Leaving a Legacy in Spirits

Who wouldn’t dream of creating a cocktail with lasting international appeal? The annual Bacardi Legacy Cocktail Competition seeks such a drink. Held last April, the 2015 event...

More Photos from Spain

There were too many photos to include in my Trip Report in the July/August issue, so here's a collection of what we had to...

Two of a Kind: Pairing Wines with Proteins

Helping customers determine what wines pair well with proteins can be a matter of overcoming misconceptions. With wine/meat matches, some people are inclined to plate...

There’s an App for that Alcohol

How you buy a bottle of wine or order a cocktail at a bar could be quite different in a couple of years. The alcohol...

Whiskey, Across America

Whiskey is now made locally, everywhere in America. The founders of Hudson Whiskey had not intended to produce craft spirits. The company operates on farmland...

The Case for Cachaça

Cachaça is the national spirit of Brazil and is wildly popular in its homeland with hundreds of producers. Most of that is largely for...

Canadian Wine: The Undiscovered Pearl Next Door

Canadian wines are surprisingly diverse. To our north is a large wine-producing country that until recently wasn’t recognized by most American consumers for much beyond maple...

Everything You Need to Know About Sake

So. You think you’ve figured out wine pretty well. Then craft beer got big, and you had to learn what IBUs were. Craft cocktails...

Independence Pays Off for Edrington

It’s been a full year since Edrington launched Edrington Americas, its wholly owned sales, marketing and distribution company for the U.S. market. I talked to...

Behind the Barrel-Strength: An Interview with Wyoming Whiskey’s David DeFazio

The first legal distillery in Wyoming has launched its first barrel-strength bourbon. Wyoming Whiskey opened nine years ago in Kerby, Wyoming. The distillery crafts whiskey from...
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