Juniper and spices When the subject of Gin is raised in polite conversation, some people get downright vicious. "Gin tastes like pine trees!" "I hate Gin." "I hate martinis." "I hate..." Ok, let's take a breath. On the one hand, kudos to anyone for having an opinion. On the other hand, opinions can be changed. And the right cocktail - regardless of your spirits preference - can be eye-opening, life-affirming, and opinion-swaying.
What better to entertain your friends with than extremely pure Vodka placed in a bottle that's shaped in the form of an infamous crystal skull? But here's the thing – this Vodka is really good. It was filtered 3 times through Herkimer diamonds, diamonds that are said to have healing properties... and other mystical powers ;)
Glenrothes’ Ghost & Glen Grant Around the distillery’s centenary in 1978, a worker saw a ghost in the stillroom, an old local in fact. The ghost was a man called Byeway, or Biawa Makalanga. As a boy, Byeway was discovered by Major James Grant, the proprietor of Glen Grant Distillery, during his 1894 hunting trip in Africa.
Whisky Stereotypes | Scotch Stereotypes They can prove a very useful rule of thumb, but an aspiring Whisky know-it-all that you are, you'd better be able to see beyond the basic Whisky stereotypes. First five coming up right now!
Tequila Snacks | Mexican Snacks Recipes Mexican snacks, known as botanas, are great drinking partners, just like Spanish tapas. They also have the advantage of being quick and easy to make so bring the spicy, salty, and sweet to the next party that features Tequila, Mezcal, and Corona.
Tequila Fun Facts | Mezcal Facts 6 Tequila Facts That Say it Like it is That magical day where North Americans all use a minor Mexican holiday as an excuse to gather around and drink margaritas has once again arrived! Here's a rundown of six quick Tequila facts that will sparkle your conversations. #1 Those idyllic shots of the tequila harvest? Actually none of the work is that clean First luxuriate in this shot: You see these endless horizons of blue agave plants throughout the high and low lands of Jalisco state where most Tequila is made.