Articles in Wine, Spirits & Cigars

Dr. Bill Lumsden talks single malts and his favorite pursuits…
This downsized crystal decanter of Louis XIII can go in your carry-on...
Johnnie Walker celebrates this year’s Chinese zodiac sign with a limited-edition bottle…
MCIII combines a number of Moët’s best Grand Cuvée vintages into an ultra-luxurious NV Champagne…
hef Alex Guarnaschelli spices up the classic mint julep, just in time for your Kentucky Derby...
Elevate your tequila game with these exquisite expressions of the classic agave spirit…
This limited release aged in Vermont white oak slightly sweetens the brand’s 100-percent-rye...
A winemaker from Burgundy tries his hand at growing grand vin in the tropics…
These variations on the classic Mexican cocktail aren’t your typical margaritas…
The Vermont distiller WhistlePig produces whiskey unlike any other…
Ultra-aged bourbons are getting tough to get your hands on. These four can still be found on...
Six European chefs collaborated to create the world’s first “culinary cigar”…
"The latest generation is more interested in the experience that the restaurant can give them...
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The bittersweet herbal spirit has been relaunched with its original 1845 recipe…
Photo by Scott Little
This Clamato-based take on a Bloody Mary is essentially the national drink of our northern neighbor…
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Only two barrels each exist of the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot…
There is a lot of high-quality distilling happening north of the border. Here are our favorites…
This single-barrel limited release is one of the best sipping ryes you’ll ever try…
Smalls has the best bottle selection in Bangkok—particularly if you are looking for the green fairy…
Photo by Dennis Gobis
There are two kinds of cocktails. Well, there are actually a lot more than two, but for our current...

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