Flasks

History of the flask The idea of carrying alcohol and liquor with you outside the home is one that’s been around for hundreds of years. Most containers since the 18th century are known as flasks or hip

Bleu Cheese Stuffed Olive Dirty Martini

I love gin and one of my favorite gin drinks is a dirty martini. Mixed with the right amount of gin, a splash of vermouth, some olive juice and about 4 olives. That might seem like overkill

Woodchuck Hard Cider

Every once in a while, a new trend in alcohol picks up speed in the imbibing world. While the flavored vodka craze is showing no signs of slowing down, there is a new category that has embraced

World Gin Day 2014

It’s the 6th annual World Gin Day. So go out and find your favorite gin and make yourself a cocktail. For me, the gin and tonic is a classic and a standard that never gets old. Cheers

Warm Wrap

When you go out to a nice restaurant and enjoy a nice meal, it’s always nice to complete the meal with a cordial. One of my recent favorites is at a place called Faustina, located in downtown

Cinco de Mayo 2014

Happy Cinco de Mayo to all of my imbibers. A day for drinking tequila. My Tequila History I used to be a big tequila drinker, enjoying some great anjeo blends like Porfidio Cactus in both small and

Jim Beam Jacob’s Ghost White Whiskey

I’ve been a whiskey drinker for many years now, migrating from the sweet whiskeys to more smoother blends. And as you know, whiskey is a dark spirit. Until I found Jim Beam Jacob’s Ghost. It’s a white