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  1. On July 10, 1969, at a Scottish distillery in Speyside, a cask of single-malt whisky—No. 11485—was laid down.
  2. An earnest cocktail includes four essential parts—the liquid, the glass, the garnish, and the ice—and a well-trained bartender understands that the details of each are what separate a standard...
  3. From Our Partners The Hennessy Prestige range represents the pinnacle of luxury in the Cognac category. The newest Prestige offering, Hennessy Paradis Impérial, is made from a blend of more than 100...
  4. At fine establishments like Milk and Honey in London and New York, or Rickhouse in San Francisco, cocktail culture is serious business.
  5. By definition, an ice cube is just a unit of frozen water; but to a bartender, a distiller, or a spirits aficionado it can be a sacrilege—the enemy of all that is good and sacred about liquor.
  6. Upon entering the Multnomah Whiskey Library in Portland, Ore., and settling into one of the many leather-upholstered armchairs, a guest will be introduced to a highly knowledgeable server who will...
  7. There’s a good chance that at some point this Fourth of July, you’ll be reminded of our colonial forebears and the challenges that they faced while fighting for our independence. If your thoughts...
  8. To celebrate all that is praiseworthy about the United States, one needn’t look much further than the original melting pot—New York City. Sure you can visit Ellis Island and its beacon, the Statue of...
  9. Ernest Hemingway once offered the advice that we should all do sober the things that we said we would do when we were drunk. That, he said, would teach us to keep our mouths shut. Of course,...
  10. Over the past five decades, James Bond has graced the streets of New York only twice. The first time, in 1956, he infiltrated a diamond-smuggling ring in Ian Fleming’s fourth Bond novel, Diamonds Are...

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