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Ever wondered who created the Martini or fantasized about taking a trip to Scotland to visit single malt whisky distilleries? Well, then check out articles from our network of expert contributors about a range of spirits and cocktails topics. From the latest liquor trends and profiles of the best bartenders to bar guides, we've got you covered.

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Pomegranate - Pomegranate Cocktails

The Hot List: Pomegranate Concoctions

The historic fruit tastes delicious in a range of fall cocktails.

San Francisco Cocktail Week - San Francisco Cocktail Week 2011

San Francisco Cocktail Week: 2011

Get our guide to the Bay Area’s fifth annual mixology celebration, taking place later this month.

Cherry Bomb - Summer Cocktails

Endless Summer

Extend your summer with these recipes from talented mixologist and Liquor.com advisor Aisha Sharpe.

Glasses of Scotch - Top Liquor Articles August

Highlight Reel: August

Five of our best cocktails-and-spirits stories from the past month.

Beekeeper Harvesting Honey

Extreme Ingredients

From beehives and henhouses to edible flowers, bartenders are going to extreme measures to make the freshest and most exotic cocktails.

Striped Bass On Grill - Cooking with Spirits

Spirited Cooking: Wild Striped Bass

Talented New York mixologist and author Nick Mautone shares his recipe for cooking with cocktails.

Whisky Barrels - Independent Scotch Bottlers

The Indie Spirit

These independent bottlers produce a range of rare and complex single malt Scotch whiskies.

Moscow Mule - Classic Cocktail History

Behind the Drink: The Moscow Mule

Acclaimed author and Liquor.com advisor Gary Regan explores the origins of this classic vodka-and-ginger-beer recipe.

Garrick Club Punch - Summer Cocktails

The Garrick Club Punch

Award-winning author and Liquor.com advisor David Wondrich ladles out some gin history and shares one of his favorite punch recipes calling for the complex spirit.

Man Floor-Malting Barley - Old-Fashioned Techniques for Making Spirits

Old-School Spirits

In this age of cutting-edge technology, these spirits are made instead using traditional methods that date back centuries.

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