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America’s Oldest Rye Whiskey Is Back from Extinction

In “Spirit Guide,” Wayne Curtis demystifies the ever-shifting spirits landscape one bottle at a time. This round: the return of Pennsylvania and Maryland rye whiskey.

Bringing It Back Bar: What to Do with Rainwater Madeira

In “Bringing It Back Bar,” we shine a light on overlooked bottles and devise recipes to take them from back bar to front shelf. Up now: rainwater Madeira.

Mastering the Bloody Mary with Brian Bartels

In “Masters of X,” we spotlight bartenders chasing perfection in one drink. Here, Brian Bartels on balancing the iconic, crowd-pleasing brunch staple, the Bloody Mary.

Five Easy Egg-White Cocktails

From the classic Clover Club to the basil- and lemon-infused Green Park Cocktail, here are five of our best—and simplest—frothy drinks.

Wisconsin’s New Claim on the Brandy Old-Fashioned

Wisconsin’s beloved—and peculiar—take on the Old-Fashioned has gotten even more Wisconsin. Bryce T. Bauer on the growing crop of Badger State brandy.

Inside One of the World’s Greatest Restaurant Wine Cellars

Rekondo, located in San Sebastián, has long been famous for its wine program. Here, a look inside their cellar, which boasts upwards of 125,000 bottles, many of them more than a century old.

Shaken, Up and … on an Ice Cube?

In recent years, some of the world’s leading bars have debuted a new breed of drink—the up-rocks drink.

White Lyan How to Use Acid in Cocktails

Drink Science with Team Lyan: Acidity Without Citrus

At London’s White Lyan, bartenders used a variety of acid solutions to mimic citrus and play with texture in cocktails. Here, they offer advice and recipes for a Creamy Martini, a Limeless Daiquiri and more.

A Wine with the Rhythm of Beaujolais and the Soul of Burgundy

What if Beaujolais and red Burgundy had a love child? Meet Passetoutgrain.

What Is “Classic” German Riesling?

Today’s trend towards dryness has helped redefine German riesling. But detractors argue that naturally sweeter wines are truer expressions of the country’s winemaking past. Whom are we to believe?
Japanese Style Bar Tools

How Japanese Are Japanese Bar Tools?

The tools we associate with Japanese bartending have come to symbolize the style’s dedication to precision. But they are, by and large, of Western origin.

Minus5 Ice Bar

The Ice Bar Cometh, But Why?

How did the ice bar, wherein patrons gather to drink in below-freezing temperatures, become a worldwide phenomenon?

The Punch A-Z


(n.) This boldly-flavored spirit is flavored with a distinct mix of herbs and botanicals, most often anise, fennel and wormwood. It is thought to have been created in France or Switzerland as a medicinal elixir, and was first commercially produced in 1797 by what would become the Pernod company. Most often associated with a bright […]

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