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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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Spring's First Bloom Cocktail - Spring Cocktails

The Hot List: Spring Cocktails

Find out what ingredients you should be using in your cocktails this season.

Jerry Thomas - Cocktail History

Missing Mixological Treasures

As you do your seasonal tidying up, look for these lost, important and valuable cocktail books.

Eastern Standard, Boston - Best Bars in Boston

One for the Road: Boston

Cocktail hunter Simon Ford explores the thriving bar scene in Beantown and finds some of the country’s best watering holes.

Spilled Shot Glasses - Hangover Cures

The Morning After

Acclaimed author and spirits expert Wayne Curtis explores remedies for a hangover.

Red Breast 15 Year Old Pot Still Irish Whiskey Bottle - Irish Whiskies for St. Patrick's Day

Get into the Irish Spirit

Try these four delicious whiskies from the Emerald Isle.

Behind The Bar - Irish Whiskey Cocktails - St. Patrick's Day

Behind the Bar: Irish Whiskey Cocktails

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day year-round by mixing up these tasty concoctions from master mixologist Dale DeGroff.

Firelit Liqueur Bottles - Coffee Cocktails

Spring Forward

Fight daylight-saving time fatigue with these caffeinated cocktails and spirits.

Dukes Bar, London - European Hotel Bars

One for the Road: Continental Hotels

Spring is just weeks away, and we’re getting the itch to travel. Here are some of our European dream destinations.

Marcus Samuelsson - Red Rooster

Gourmet Shot: Marcus Samuelsson

The celebrity chef’s new Uptown Manhattan restaurant features comfort food and drinks, too.

Jameson Whiskey Distillery - Irish Whiskey Distillery Tours

Spirited Tour: Ireland

Do you really love Irish whiskey? Then you need to visit all four distilleries on the Emerald Isle that produce the usually smooth and honeyed spirit.

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