Liquor Brands & Spirits

We’ve compiled an extensive library of information about an array of liquor brands and spirits. Whether you're reading about a favorite bourbon or a new craft gin, you just might learn a thing or two.

Absinthe

The Green Fairy has fascinated drinkers for centuries. What is absinthe and how should you drink it? Find out here.
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Bourbon & American Whiskey

Bourbon & Tennessee Whiskey entail both timeless favorites and exciting new craft brands.
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Canadian
Whisky

Have a drink, eh? Try these tasty spirits from our neighbor to the north.
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Cognac

This velvety spirit is the most famous variety of brandy and is named for the area in France where it must be produced.
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Gin

From the classic Martini to the refreshing Tom Collins, gin is a spirit is designed for mixing.
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Irish
Whiskey

Love Jameson, Bushmills or one of their many Irish-whiskey cousins? Say sláinte to this tasty spirit from the Emerald Isle.
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Rum

With hundreds of years of history, the sugar-cane spirit is experiencing a revival. Read up on the best rums from around the world.
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Rye
Whiskey

This spicy spirit almost disappeared, but it's on a major upswing lately. Delicious rye whiskey is a must for lots of classic cocktails.
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Scotch

Whether it’s made in the Speyside highlands or on the island of Islay, Scotch whisky is an international favorite.
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Tequila

It’s good for much more than just Margaritas or tequila shots. This complex Mexican spirit is amazingly versatile.
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Vodka

This ubiquitous spirit is by far America’s most popular, but vodka isn’t completely neutral. Discover all vodka’s subtle differences.
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Mezcal

Mezcal, like its cousin tequila, is made from smoked agave, which is part of the asparagales botanical order.
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Liqueur

The most varied and versatile category of spirits is arguably liqueurs.
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Whiskey

Popular across the globe—from Japan to the United States—this spirit is as varied in style as the places where it is drunk.
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Brandy

A range of fruits, from grapes to apples, is the base for these sophisticated spirits. Discover the differences between cognac, pisco, and more.
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Vermouth & Aperitif Wines

The world would be a lot less interesting without vermouth. You wouldn’t be able to make a Dry Martini or countless other cocktails.
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Cachaça

Though sometimes called Brazilian rum, Cachaça isn't made quite the same way as its tropical relative.
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Pisco

Where pisco was invented is a mystery, but at least everyone agrees the South American brandy makes great cocktails.
Learn More About Pisco
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