Hennessy limited edition V.S. flask sleeves, a “first of its kind, protected by a silicon “skin” ~ see closeups of the impressive details as well as early design sketches and renders.
A mini fridge to keep your Veuve Clicquot champagne cold. So cool !
The Rum Connection Signature Drink Competition has come to an end and after judging a month’s worth of terrific cocktail entries, they've got a winner.
Black Forest cocktail. This drink has a deliciously nutty chocolate stout flavor—particularly when it’s made with a sweet, caramelly coffee from El Salvador.
Jelloware re-imagines the concept of drinking, and imparts a new experience in the way it feels, tastes, smells, moves, and is even disposed of.
SNAP! A delicious gingersnappy spirit! From the Art In The Age of Mechanical Reproduction guys that brought us ROOT! Here's a recipe for Ginger Rye!
This Basil-Watermelon Caipirihna recipe from "No Recipes" looks so summery good
Gary Regan's sparkly Goldfish Cocktail catches your eye and pleases the palate
SkyBar™ by Tools Design is a coolant-filled object used to chill a single glass of wine up to 20 times faster than the refrigerator.
The Double Rainbow cocktail, a delicious drink based on a hilarious internet video.
Cool off with a Splashdown! Guava and rum and a couple other goodies - how can you go wrong?
Enjoy this not so classic but oh so summery Sweet Basil Gimlet.
The Pisco Sour and Pisco Punch - two amazing cocktail for summer.
Summer drinks with Aperol to beat the heat.
Design*Sponge goes behind the bar with brian malarkey’s sage sucker
SF Gate tells us how to make Nopa's brilliant Grilled Peach Old Fashioned
China Clipper, a summer rum drink by Martin Cate of Forbidden Island
TY KU - Glowing Sake Liqueur has yuzu, mangosteen, honeydew melon, ginseng, (superfruit) goji berry, green tea, Soju, and Sake. And LEDs light the bottle when lifted.
A Tropical Cooler garnished with grilled pineapple tops LAist's roundup of summer coolers
4th of July cocktails named after fireworks. This one's the Cherry Bomb.
Apricot Whiskey Smash from Chow ... oh, yeah!
Inspired Taste shares a beautiful lemon drop martini
Do It Yourself Ginger-Ale - easy recipe, tastes great alone or perfect ingredient for a Whiskey Ginger.
Robert Simonson explores Dram in Williamsburg, a new bar with impressive cocktails and impressive bartenders
The Roasted Orange Negroni Sbagliato ~ a summer sparkler
Kermit Cocktails: as cool as a cucumber
Bargain booze! Seven bar professionals give us their picks for the best cheap bottles of liquor.
Busnel Calvados Distillery: Apple brandy aging in 200-year-old casks in Normandy
Looking for an unusual flavor to mix things up? Rhubarb syrup looks gorgeous and sounds incredibly simple to make.
Another stunning week here at Liqurious. This week's roundup is as beautiful as it is delicious!
The NYtimes investigates a surge of new high end cocktail joints in Copenhagen, a city more traditionally know for its beer.
Coverage of the Indy Spirits Expo at Touch nightclub in NYC. A one night wonderland of micro-distilled spirits, all under one roof.
Neil mixes up a True Blood Raspberry Mojito
NYT Magazine remembers 1987 with the coconut daiquiri
The Jasmine ~ for those who love Campari, gin and the color pink
The Literary Agent, a cocktail inspired by Hemingway's exploits as a US spy during WWII.
Tinkering with Gran Classico and Nardini amaro to make a distinctive Negroni variation.
Imbibe's Shady Creek Cooler. White peony tea, fresh blueberries, and lavender syrup make the ideal Summer sipper.
The Mint Julep - old but gorgeous cocktail with bourbon. The right choice for hot summer.
Mojito + Margarita + Watermelon = Watermelon Mojarita!
Drink Me Mag features Liqurious! They call us a Website to drink to! [Thank you, Drink Me Mag!]
Moxy Creative releases "Cheers!", a set of 16 posters representing the qualifying teams for the 2010 World Cup.
Ginja d'Óbidos is a very traditional cherry liquor from the west of Portugal. This is a concept for a premium liquor.
The surprising Pinky Nutscadero looks like a strawberry drink but tastes like peanuts.
A bit of spice, a bit of smoke and a bit of lime! Afternoon with the Padre is a delicious summer cocktail to relax on the patio with!
The nose of the mezcal reaches me, its earthy…and smoky…it invites you to take a sip.