Glenmorangie named Hot Prospect Brand

Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch Whisky Named Hot Prospect Brand For Third Consecutive Year By Impact:     NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Glenmorangie is proud to celebrate its third consecutive year being named a Hot Prospect Brand by Impact, the popular spirits, beer, and wine publication of M. Shanken Communications, Inc. This honor…

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Region to Watch: The Rocks, Oregon

In northern Oregon, highly coveted, distinctly funky wines are being made from grapes that sprout from a bed of stones. You can’t get water from a rock. But in northern Oregon, delicious, highly coveted wines are being made with grapes that literally sprout from a bed of stones. Here’s everything you need to know about…

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4 Old School English Gins

American craft gins are enjoying quite a heyday right now, and it’s great to see liquor store shelves stocked with intriguing new spirits flavored with Douglas fir and California bay laurel. But any gin enthusiast should have a firm grasp on the classics, and it doesn’t cost much to educate yourself on the distinguished English…

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Drinking In Fall

While the kids have gone back to school and the football season has already started, it’s not officially fall until Saturday’s equinox. And to properly celebrate this celestial milestone, you need to fix some appropriate cocktails. Try whipping up top bartender and Liquor.com advisory board member Willy Shine’s modern classic the Bowery Orchard (pictured above),…

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6 Boozy Prescriptions that Cure Aches

Life would be better if going to the doctor were like going to the bar. Way back in the days of yore, it used to be. Apothecaries, which were like pharmacists and doctors and herbalists rolled into one, often prescribed bitters and tinctures (alcohol-based infusions) to their customers. Now, sadly, your doctor won’t write you…

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Still Picking Up This Pieces In Napa

The extent of the earthquake’s damage is still unknown In the aftermath of the Aug. 24 earthquake, most Napans considered themselves lucky. The quake delivered a powerful punch, yet not a knockout blow. As time passes, the will and resolve of residents is turning things around. Initial estimates of the damages and economic loss soared…

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