The Holy Grail of Bourbon; Silly Cocktails
Buffalo Trace's Single Oak Project may be the Holy Grail of bourbons: It was aged in barrels made from 96 hand-selected trees.
BAMA Vodka is donating all profits from its May and June sales to help victims of the storms that raged through Alabama in April.
Polish vodka seems to be making a comeback. Exports rose 6.5 percent in the first quarter.
[Wall Street Journal]
More and more craft-beer brewers are launching "sessionable" beers: lower-alcohol brews that still pack some decent flavor.
Are cocktails such as Caffe Falai's $13 Firenze-Palermo -- made with squid ink, baby spinach leaves, vodka, Fernet Branca, ginger beer, and a touch of olive oil -- just silly?
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