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. [Diner's Journal]
Tokaj, Hungary, is home to a winemaking tradition older than Bordeaux, Porto, and Chianti that specializes in aszu sweet wines. [NY Times]
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. [ABC News]
Sakaya is the only shop in New York dedicated exclusively to sake, with roughly 150 different bottles in stock. [NY Times]
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