Wilson footballs have been used in every Super Bowl. We salute them with the bacon-infused Pigskin.
Truffle Truffle goes beer & pretzel happy for superbowl... with marshmallows, truffles, caramels, brittle and more
When the idea for a Tangerine-Vanilla Martini hits you at 9:30 in the morning, you have to remind yourself that it's 5 o'clock somewhere...
beer cans since the 1930's, the wall street journal shows us a few interactive graphics from 'Beer: a genuine collection of cans' by Dan Backer and Lance Wilson
Absolutely delicious, possibly my new favorite ~ Macallan 18 yr Scotch + Chocolate Truffles from Compartes Chocolatier
The Bramble, one of the rare cocktails calling for creme de mure, is perhaps the only really good cocktail to come from the 1980s.
Design*Sponge goes behind the bar: enjoy cupcakes’ ginger lime margarita
the American Craft Beer scene goes global.
Add a little Caribbean to your snow storm with the Floridita Cocktail. Who wouldn't rather be in Havana sipping this right now?
Great infographic series "Delicious Drinks" by the graphic designer Fabio Rex.
Drink Spirits visits Boulder Distillery & Clear Spirit Company. Makers of 303 Potato Vodka
Tiki Month at the Pegu Blog continues with the Coconut Kallaloo, a late-era Tiki drink, and some thoughts about what that means.
Calling all cheap drunks: Walgreen's is now selling their own brand of beer.
Brooklyn is playing muse to two rival namesake gins, showing just how potent the borough’s branding potential is. The story of Mr. Santos’s Brooklyn gin and Mr. Estabrooke’s Breuckelen gin.
Ulla Christiansson has extended her classic Globe collection with a wine glass and a carafe, all with the same characteristic matt polished base.
Just in time for the Super Bowl, the Thai Chelada.
The story of the Old Fashioned, and how the cocktail revival has restored it to its former glory.
'His' and 'Hers' variations on the ubiquitous Gin & Tonic.
Chartreuse cocktail, Chartreuse Ice Cream and secrets about Chartreuse the Monks who make it will never tell!
The Moogarita: a cocktail combining tequila, tamarind, ginger-lime syrup and beef stock. Created for Kitchen Play's February all-beef menu.
Why is this pipette engorged with rum? Because what it’s sticking out of is already saturated with the same golden nectar, yet there’s never enough of a good thing.
The Pegu Blog kicks off its Tiki Month 2011 with a Don the Beachcomber classic, the Nui Nui. It's an exotic blend of rum and redolent spices that takes you away.
Somewhere along the line, the Singapore Sling became a ridiculous cocktail. The Washington Post attempts to reclaim its dignity, using kirsch, for starters.
Godiva Chocolate a l'orange - using Godiva Chocolate infused vodka. Delicious combo of citrus and chocolate!
Gorgeous photoset behind the Morris Kitchen, ginger syrup makers & mixologists over at The Makers: a photo project by Jennifer Causey!
Pear Sake Martini ~ sake, pear juice and a splash of dry vermouth
Planter's Punch and a primer on throwing a tiki party at home
A michelada goes down especially well on a hot sunny day or while enjoying a football game and eating some spicy Mexican food. Danger, you can’t have just one.
This Kraken the Coconut libation uses an inky black rum that will give an inviting siren song to your spiced rum recipes.
Cocktail Culture suggests shaking up the Martini Monday routine and mix a Brandy Alexander tonight.
The Ward 2010, a lovely, refreshing cocktail of winter citrus with warm notes of vanilla and spice.
The Anne Marie Tea Blossom - a chamomile-infused gin cocktail w/ lavender, citrus and elderflower liqueur
Bitter Campari, yet accessible sour. Introduce someone to potable bitters with success!
Chasing the green fairy at Leopold Bros. in Denver Colorado
Nippon Asahi: a cocktail made from white table grapes, green tea, sake and mint.
Amaretto hot chocolate from CHOW sounds like it would hit the spot right about now ...
Here`s two exotic drinks that tastes almost the same...check out the QB Cooler and the Trader Vic Mai Tai.
The Dutch Cosmo will knock you off your Louboutins.
A look at two classic cocktails that call for raspberry syrup -- the Blinker and the Knickerbocker, in the Washington Post.
SLOSHED! features the Final Ward, a delicious rye-and-lemon variation on the Last Word, from Phil Ward of Death & Co.
Take the bark out of winter with a Salty Dog.
If you want to celebrate Burn's night in Asia, here is the perfect place - a members-only whisky bar in Hong Kong run by a Japanese bartender.
Farm-bottled organic Cherry Wine from Grant Family Farms. Luscious in color and taste.
Trader Vic's Amsterdam Cocktail -- a copious amount of bitters brings harmony to genever and orange juice.
WineBotas, leather wineskins come in straight and curved forms, as well as a variety of patterns and colors.
A Look Inside Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey