Cuba's historic Hotel Nacional and its namesake signature cocktail.
handmade beer sweaters...actually keeps your drink cold!
Premium Margaritaville Trio Frozen Concoction Maker - what a beast of a blender?
Root, a new certified-organic 80-proof spirit, is touted as "the first true American liqueur since the pre-Prohibition era."
A Ginger Peach Julep, and a report from Tales of the Cocktail, in the Washington Post.
Marshall wins the Oval Vodka Infusion contest at Tales of the Cocktail with a Thai-Spiced infusion and the original Andaman Sun cocktail.
The Homegirl cocktail with vodka, lime, cranberry juice and little champagne at Home Restaurant in SF
Want to know the secret to the perfect glass of iced coffee?
Wow - Armenian Vodka Bull in an impressive glass bottle
Rubyy Blood Orange Energy was always gorgeously packaged... and the Diet version is stunning as well! (And came in a fun box!)
Bacardi's new 151 labels warn against using the drink for flaming cocktails or drinks. But what else is it good for?
Celebrate Bastille Day with a Cherry Republic!
Arta Brio Bar Tools set (efficiently nested into an ice bucket) ~ and Cocktail Shaker with built in jigger and strainer! Nice packaging graphic design.
Purity Vodka, like a diamond !
A three part interview with the Master Blender of Zacapa Rum takes an in depth look into the history, production and packaging of Ron Zacapa Centenario. (Follow links for parts II and III)
Italian Mojito with Campari
Sweet Tea Mojito
The perfect summer rum cocktail!
pretty pink watermelon lemonade cocktail
Faced with the challenge of designing a Bastille Day cocktail, Nora M. at The Kitchn creates the Jacobin.
It's Tales of the Cocktail time of year again! This year the Creole Julep is the official cocktail of 2009
Orange Blossom - Simple, but interesting cocktail of Prohibition-era.
the Absolut Drinkspiration iPhone app. creative and visual beauty with great utility.
Delicious Pear-Sage Margarita, one of eight great herb cocktail recipes. More ingredients and tips from experts like Dale DeGroff, Angus Winchester and Tony Conigliaro here too.
Skip the slushee variety and try the original Daiquiri, the way Hemingway preferred it.
ednbrg starts exploring organic cachaca.
Whiskey Stones. Possibly the sexiest drink accessory ever. The stones are nonporous, and will impart neither flavor nor odor. More gentle than ice.
The Jolly Inebriate creates two twists on strawberry syrup and a cocktail to use 'em in.
Interesting shape to this Samuel Adams Boston Lager Glass
Robert Simonson at Off the Presses tries various Planter's Punch recipes.
What's a 4th of July BBQ without watermelon? Try this watermelon cocktail, with mint and basil. Yum!
Further evidence that brewers are adding more exotic flavors and ingredients to their beers - Barons employs wattleseed and lemon myrtle, but how do they taste?
SpiritMeAway shares the Bustos, a cocktail featuring Glenfiddich 12 single-malt Scotch
Dolores Chiller ~ the new COOLER from Timbuk2 that looks like a messenger bag.
Just in time for the 4th of July weekend, The Kitchn shows us how to stock a basic home bar.
Design Sponge shows us how to make a beautiful Cardamon Rose Cocktail
How to start your own dive bar. Recession-proof!
RumDood discusses rum in Colonial American history and makes a Fish House Punch to celebrate Independence Day.
Alternatives to the Negroni from Jason Wilson in the Washington Post.
Ten good cheap liquors, as recommended by experts.
Cocktail culture explores champagne cocktails as a summer drinking trend.
The Thyme Collins, a thyme-infused variation of the Tom Collins created for a thirsty NYC crowd.
The Appleton Estates Drink Generator asks you a battery of chatty questions to concoct just the right drink for your mood.
Cardamom G&T makes for a refreshing summer drink with Citadelle gin over at A Mountain of Crushed ice.
What to do with Farigoule thyme liqueur? Mix it with Sapphire gin, lemon juice, and maraschino for a tasty variation on the Last Word.
Design Sponge has a gorgeous roundup of Bar Carts!