The Leonetti Cellar legend is expanding into an alluring new direction: "the heartbreak grape."
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.
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.
Russia’s original probiotic beverage is now soaked with fruit and a yeast fermentation starter, much like kombucha.
Whether it’s leftover sparkling wine or capital-C Champagne, this simple drink is both nutritious and quite delightfully hedonistic.
Please join us in raising a glass — whatever is in it! — to our new column on all the beverages (and we really should try them all)
‘Cheers!’ will celebrate and explore the world’s vast pantheon of beverages, from the quintessential (Absinthe! Manhattans!) to the unknown (Eierlikor!).
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