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  1. The exceptional Glenfiddich 21 Year Old single-malt Scotch whisky is uniquely finished for up to four months in hand-selected bourbon barrels that once contained rum from the Caribbean, infusing this...
  2. This recipe has been adapted from the original 1850 recipe found in the book Drinking with Dickens by Cedric Dickens, great-grandson of Charles Dickens. Serves 6 2 parts Hendrick's gin 3 parts...
  3. 1 lime wedge 4 sprigs cilantro 2 serrano peppers ½ oz. Casa Noble Crystal tequila 1 oz. blood-orange puree 1½ oz. sour mix Ice Salt Place lime, cilantro, and peppers into glass and muddle. Add...
  4. A classic tequila cocktail, refreshing and easy to drink, that brings the sweet and tangy notes of agave and citrus. 2 oz. Casa Noble Crystal Tequila Ice ½ oz. lime juice Grapefruit soda Grapefruit...
  5. To create The Balvenie PortWood 21 Year Old, a marriage of rare Balvenie is transferred to port casks, or pipes, which have held fine port wines. Here it is sampled regularly by The Balvenie's malt...
  6. 1 ½ oz. Tullamore D.E.W. Original 4 oz. hot coffee 2 cubes white sugar 1 oz. cream Pour whiskey in a glass. Add hot coffee and sugar cubes. Stir until cubes dissolve. Add freshly whipped cream.
  7. During the 82nd annual International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers trade show held in Las Vegas in July, we had the opportunity to spend some quality time with the people who make some of the...
  8. Before I departed for the Middle East, numerous friends offered up their unsolicited advice on Dubai’s drinking scene. “You can drink there, but don’t get drunk,” said one friend who had never...
  9. Today, Zingerman’s is a food institution—an empire of restaurants, bakeries, even a cookbook publishing press. Back in 1982, however, Zingerman’s was nothing more than a delicatessen in Ann Arbor,...
  10. In New York City, bacon is religion, a sin, a gateway drug, and sometimes the main attraction. The city’s recipes that feature this indulgent pork product are as diverse as its citizens, and quite...

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