What is Absinthe? Is it legal in the U.S.? What are some good-quality bottles? How does a beginner get to know the Green Fairy? All your Absinthe answers are right here.
There's a lot more to cognac than just Hennessy and Remy.
Keeping a well-stocked bar has much to do with keeping the classics on hand, but it's also a good idea to go rogue and stock some offbeat booze. For variety's sake, you see? The key is to be sure these unique spirits are high quality and make great sippers, as well as conversation starters. Here are a few we recommend to get you started.
The kill-devil. Nelson's blood. The Pirate's drink. Demon water. Rum goes by many names, and it comes in just as many varieties. Here are five to help you choose how to fill out your bar.
The first key to liking gin is to stop drinking well gin. Get some good stuff. Of course, that requires knowing what good gin is and what gins work best for what drinks. Here are five examples of "Dutch Courage" that'll round out your well-stocked bar.
People don't generally write odes to vodka, which is a shame, really. It may not be the kind of flavor-packed liquor that often leads to thoughtful sipping and dedicated worshipping. But just because it isn't full of taste (unless it's one of those terrible flavored vodkas), that doesn't mean it isn't full of possibilities for mixing and shooting.
Take your bartending skills beyond merely cracking open a beer or just adding soda to your liquor of choice.
Only a fool would leave out tequila when stocking his bar. Here are five to consider.
At some point, every man needs to fill out his bar. And without question, bourbon should occupy a prime piece (or pieces) of real estate in that bar. Here are five bourbons to get you started.
Ah, scotch. Scotchy scotch scotch. Do you know your Highlands from your Lowlands? What about a good, classic, peaty Islay?