Spirits historian David Wondrich digs into just how mixed drinks came to be called cocktails
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Gin's roots date back to 16-century Holland, and the various types of gin that have emerged since then are as different as the eras that produced them.
From classic styles to radical departures, gin is having a moment.
Welcoming Tom and Jerry back to the table.
The Irish may or may not have invented whiskey (the jury’s still out on that), but after a recent tasting … Continued
Clontarf Classic Blend ($20) This blended whiskey offers a gentle entry to the category at a more than gentle price. … Continued
Almost ten years ago, I fell into writing about cocktails. It began as a sideline to my job as an … Continued
By and large, the wines of America’s heartland are made for drinking with hearty food, not fetishizing. The whites I … Continued
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