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Ingredient Hunter: Duty-Free Spirits

Taking an international spring break? Here are spirits you can only find in duty-free shops—trust us, it's worth shopping at the airport for these gems

Designer Liquor Bottles | Interesting Bottles

Liquor Style Icons

Large and small brands alike are asking star designers and even architects to create eye-catching packaging. Here are a few of these special bottles.

Best Irish Whiskey for St. Patrick's Day | Midleton Whiskey

Your New St. Patrick’s Day Whiskey

Just in time for the holiday, we found four recently released Irish spirits you need to try.

The History of Alcohol Brands

Liquor-Label Icons, Part II

From Tanqueray Gin and Baker’s Bourbon to Martell Cognac, find out about the creators of some of our favorite spirits.

Bartender Creations | Artisinal Ingredients

From Bartender to Manufacturer

Watering holes across the country are making and selling their own syrups, mixers, bitters and more. Test out some of these ingredients at your home bar.

Best New Drinking Books

Drinks by the Book: 2013

Long winter evenings are perfect for reading one of these new spirited books.

Best Rum Guide — 2013

Rum Boon: 2013

We got Martin Cate, all-star bartender and owner of acclaimed San Francisco bar Smuggler’s Cove, to share with us the five new rums he thinks you should try this winter.

Burns Night Scotch Guide

Scotch Guide: Burns Night

Toast Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, with a dram of one of these new single malt whiskies.


5 Tips: Cognac

We got Flavien Desoblin, owner of New York’s acclaimed Brandy Library, to share with us his top advice for enjoying cognac.

St. George Single Malt Whiskey

American Single Malts

Distillers from New York to California are now producing this complex type of whiskey. Here are a few bottlings you should try.

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