New studies suggest that music may improve the taste of wine. Time Magazine reports on the new study out of England.
The Aviation: Gin, lemon juice, crème de violette, and Luxardo maraschino liqueur. A perfect way to enjoy the violet hour.
Beautiful Daines & Hathaway Triple Bar Set ~ a close up look at the leather case and metal flasks and shot glasses as spotted at Stitched at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.
Chateau de Montifaud produces exquisite cognac from both Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne but never mixes the two.
A completely magical and warming recipe for wassail.
Gramercy Tavern NYC shares 5 Fall cocktails with Serious Eats, including a bittersweet cocktial called Apropos
This punch gets a strong fruity backbone from Southern Belle shiraz, a robust Australian wine aged in used Pappy Van Winkle whiskey barrels.
The Lemon Anise Cocktail - made with lemon, gin, and just the tiniest bit of pastis (a French anise flavored liquor)
Cranberry-Lime Shrub Sparklers from are the perfect way to kick off a Thanksgiving gathering.
Homemade Crema di Limoncello: Creamy, lemony goodness.
SF Gate features a cocktail named "Butter Lemon Smoke" made with Peat Monster scotch ... resistance is futile!
A Halloween cocktail straight out of a 1970's horror movie.
Gumball Jelly Shots - look at the gorgeously ghoulish grin on these little guys. Made with bubblegum vodka and flavored with your fave liqueur.
Pumpkin Beers to try this season. Here are 5 reviewed by the weekend journal.
The Figaro, ripe fig, thyme and vodka. Autumn never tasted so good
The Aviary shares an interesting cocktail called Bitter that includes smoke and Cognac, on Serious Eats
The Serpent's Egg, a Halloween cocktail ripped from the murderous pages of Shakespeare.
Vodka Tonic Jelly Shots - tonic water makes these little bats glow under black light!
Fun Sangria Kit - Just stir contents with a bottle of red wine and let steep for 24 hours in the fridge. Strain, garnish with orange slices and enjoy within a week! Serves six.
Jean Paul Gaultier is the latest designer to hop on the designer bottle bandwagon with Piper Heidsieck.
El Diablo, a Halloween pitcher cocktail from the Kitchn
The Bone cocktail is perfect to warm your, well, bones.
Bourbon and Branch shows off six spiced cocktails, including a Porto Flip made with port and brandy
Halloween Vampire Punch - Mwah-haa-haa-haa
Chilled Cider Punch from Saveur
This rum drink gets a spicy kick from rum and fresh ginger with a touch of cream and chocolate.
At Halloween, it's good to be bad when you're drinking a Devil's Own.
The Ghost Ship, a delicious Halloween treat featuring a show-stopping garnish.
Fresh pears and ginger beer! This Pear Haymaker on Saveur is tempting.
Serious Eats offers up a new drink: Beet Generation, made with beet juice, star anise, cider and rye
Infused candy corn vodka is the main ingredient in this amazing Candy Corn Martini. Tastes like Halloween in a glass!
Cognac Paul Giraud provides a real window into the history and roots of cognac.
Mini 50mL Crystal Head Vodka Skulls!
Brandy, Apple, Maple, and Beer ... the Sidewalker by Damon Boelte at Brooklyn favorite Prime Meats restaurant
Vancouver cocktail spots and signature cocktails in LA Times Magazine.
Serious Eats shares 5 apple brandy cocktails from the PDT book, including the Applejack Rabbit.
Pomegranate cider from The 21 Club in NYC, an old favorite that's quick and delicious on cool fall days or nights.
12 Bottle Bar mixes up a Cat's Eye in an homage to one of the weirdest horror films ever made, 1934's "Maniac"
Dust off that bottle of Drambuie and make yourself an improved Rusty Nail.
Hot Apple Pie. A perfectly warm and delicious cocktail made with apple cider, Tuaca, bourbon and whipped cream.
Mar Mar Co's Cocoon thermos flask designed by Torsten Neeland
Kir Royale - the sparkling classic
The Rye Witch Cocktail with No-Cook Simple Syrup: a decidedly adult treat for Halloween
Spiderweb Devilish Ghoul Eggs, Spinach pancakes and dry ice cocktails are all a part of this week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
Porsche bottle cooler with an original ribbed cylinder from the early air-cooled 911 models (G models)
What better Halloween cocktail than one crafted by a psychotic clown? Nothing, so here's Captain Spaulding’s Gumball Martini.