Wake Up to Coffee Cocktails; Canadians Come Up With Wine-Fed Beef
The Randolph at Broome has started serving hot and cold coffee cocktails from 8 a.m. on, such as the World's Best Dad, incorporating Laird's Applejack and sweet vermouth, and the Slow Trip to New Orleans, made with Bulleit bourbon, Plymouth sloe gin, and coffee.
Tokaj, Hungary, is home to a winemaking tradition older than Bordeaux, Porto, and Chianti that specializes in aszu sweet wines.
A beef purveyor in the winemaking region of Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, is selling "wine-fed" cattle, which has quickly become all the rage in the province.
[Vancouver Sun via Slashfood]
Restaurants and bars are boosting their wine-by-the-glass selections to keep up with an increasingly sophisticated drinker and as a means to stay afloat in a poor economy.
Sakaya is the only shop in New York dedicated exclusively to sake, with roughly 150 different bottles in stock.
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