More articles about: spirits

Take your rum repertoire beyond the classic Mai Tai and the Mojito.
Who says rum is reserved for tropical vacations? Live like you're on island time no matter where you are by mixing up a delicious and refreshing rum cocktail. We've rounded up 30 of our favorite recipes, from the hottest restaurants and bars ...
With more NAS whiskies coming out, you'll find yourself looking out for this.
The older a whisky is, the better, we assume—and you won't be wrong. The experts will tell you that age definitely matters in a whisky, because there are just some things that take time. But it's not the only thing that matters, especially at a ...
From hostess gifts to the highest of the high end, these are the best bottles for gifting
Holiday gifting can be fraught with obstacles. Clothes don't fit, your favorite art's not always to someone else's taste, books lack a bit of pizzaz. But before you head for the gift-card-and-a-candle route, might we suggest a gift that's a guaranteed not to ...
An expert’s guide to the newest drink to enter the market
Love it or loathe it, blue wine is a trend that seems to be gathering momentum. So, what exactly is this obscure-looking beverage, and is it a fad or something we need to take more seriously? Matthieu Longuere, the wine development manager ...
All signs point to Chapel Down.
There is just over one week to go until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk down the aisle, and final preparations are in the works.We already know what type of cake the newlyweds will serve at the reception, but one of the remaining questions is ...
Plus, our list of the most popular brands.
Victor Hugo called cognac the "liquor of the gods." It's become known as a symbol of French luxury, the best brandy money can buy (yes, cognac is a brandy). Here's a primer on the liquors.Cognac must come from the Cognac region in Southwest ...
Here, a spread of cakes and cocktails that represent some of the finer things in life—because nothing says la dolce vita like capping off an evening with a spirit and a slice.
“Dost thou think because thou art virtuous, there shall be no more cakes and ale?” Whether referencing Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night or Somerset Maugham’s 1930s classic novel, cakes and ales have long been symbols of the good things in life. And, with either ...