A new report reveals that people who abstain from drinking alcohol tend to have higher mortality rates than heavy drinkers.
New York City is experiencing a golden age for wine bars, with 237 of them spread across the city’s five boroughs, 69 of which opened last year.
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Pegu Club celebrated its fifth anniversary this weekend with an “All Stars” menu of cocktails made by alums like Phil Ward and St. John Frizell.
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In this era of salmonella-tainted eggs, should we be rethinking cocktails made with raw egg whites?
Citadelle Reserve Gin, an aged gin, might just qualify as Old Tom gin, making it one of just three Old Toms available on the market.
Meanwhile, why don’t more people drink gin straight? If you like your coffee black, you might be the kind of person who enjoys drinking gin by itself.
Can a cocktail be copyrighted? Not at the moment, but molecular mixologist Eben Freeman would like the answer to be yes someday.
Albert Trummer appeared in court on charges of reckless endangerment (i.e., setting his bar on fire), claiming that there are no laws against flambé cocktails.
Most of Bordeaux is filled with luxury wines sold as investments, but a handful of vignerons in the major appellations are making terroir wines with character.
Japanese whiskey has won a number of prestigious awards, but it’s actually quite difficult to find in Japanese bars.