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  1. Like the Irish champion boxer Jimmy “Baby Face” McLarnin, Irish whiskey knows how to take a punch. The spirit was once the tipple of choice from saloons to salons during the mid to late 1800s, but...
  2. It takes only a few minutes tallying the number of Irish-themed public houses and pubs in New York City to understand how much the city embraces its Irish-American culture. Though Irish immigrants...
  3. In college, you no doubt saw St. Patrick’s Day as a festive occasion to barhop and drink from the crack of dawn to the wee hours of the next morning. How much that weekend differed from any other on...
  4. It’s been said of Irish coffee that the concoction is a good way to ruin three otherwise fine ingredients: coffee, cream, and whiskey. We wholeheartedly disagree. When properly made, an Irish coffee...
  5. Whether creamy, bitter, tart, sweet, buttery, soft, pasteurized, or raw, cheese is both a comfort food and a delicacy, and as referenced in Homer’s Odyssey and the texts of Pythagoras, it’s been...
  6. Just like decanting a bold Cabernet or a 20-year port, lighting a cigar takes time. It’s an art that requires patience, but the end result—a perfectly lit cigar—is worth the wait. There are four key...
  7. A backyard barbecue is as American as the Fourth of July and fried chicken, but it’s also as Argentinean as gauchos and the tango. To South Americans, the barbecue, or asado , is nearly a sacred rite...
  8. Cocktails and fire: Put the two together and an enjoyable time is almost guaranteed. Then again, if you’re not careful, an emergency visit to a nearby burn unit is also almost guaranteed...
  9. En fuego. It means “on fire,” and it conveys passion or spice. Thanks to ever-evolving slang dictionaries, however, the phrase en fuego now also equates to “awesome” or “hot.” While some may choose...
  10. 1 oz. La Favorite Coeur de Canne rhum agricole 1 oz. jalapeño-infused tequila 1.5 oz. lime cordial (see recipe below) .5 oz. green Chartreuse Shake all ingredients over ice. Strain into a chilled...

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