Early sailors were issued weak rum rations, but this modern mix will buoy your spirits.
Stories written by Tantri Wija and Andy Perdue for Pacific NW magazine about drinking – from craft beers, new distilleries and great wines to fancy coffee and sodas. If you can drink it, we’ll write about it.
A monthly cocktail contest at the Smith Tower Observatory & Bar elevates mixology with creative concoctions
June’s winner: the "Citrus Garden," a tart, springy cloud of Amaro Montenegro, vodka and lemon juice, with just a whisper of absinthe.
Now that drinking this Oaxacan spirit is a high-end experience, you’re not throwing away this shot.
"Real" Maraschino cherries, truer to their origin, are a purple-wine color.
The Leonetti Cellar legend is expanding into an alluring new direction: "the heartbreak grape."
OK. It’s a little silly. But that’s no reason not to make your first legal drink a Birthday Cake shot.
It’s a 21 fun salute with this goes-down-easily magical mix of festivity.
If you can’t stomach this gooey, boozy egg liqueur as a sunny-side bottom’s up, recipes abound for cakes and puddings (and, here, for eierlikör itself).
Bock, originally a medieval German beer, is a malty, full-bodied brew with a rich, smooth (and never too-sweet) taste.
There are so many reasons to love this wine — even well beyond World Malbec Day.
Ditch the tiki-torch-sweet Kahlúa and Tia Maria White Russians for home-brewed boozy, caffeinated creations.
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