Chocolate and booze are two of life's great pleasures. And they taste so delicious together -- a few slivers of dark, cacao-rich chocolate with a gla...
I have to be honest with you, tequila was never my jam. In college, there was too much of it, there was usually a worm invo...
There are a lot of whisky events out there, patronized by a lot of people who, when confronted with a room full of alcohol, simply forget the meaning ...
Drinking whiskey is a lot like getting into a romantic relationship.
If you're wondering what a Martinez cocktail is, perhaps you should get acquainted with Old Tom gin.
This one goes out to all the candy corn lovers lurking in the shadows.
These bars may not have phones, websites or even taps, and their floors may not have seen the business end of a mop in decades. That's what makes them memorable. The cheap drinks, crotchety bartenders and crusty regulars found in dives like these are the reason they stubbornly linger as legends.
That box of Lilliputian bottles is there to tempt you after a long day of travel, but you don't have to sell yourself short. With a few extra ingredients pinched from the breakfast buffet or coffee cart, you can craft a hotel room cocktail well worth drinking.
It's no secret that it can be hard to find just the right rum to fit your cocktail and budget needs. Yes, it's as easy to pay more than $50 for a bottle straight from Martinique as it is to pick up a handle of Captain Morgan. But sometimes your budget just can't handle an expensive bottle of booze.
I love gin. And normally, I could care less where it's made, as long as it tastes good in my martini or gin & tonic. But Bombay Sapphire's new disti...
This bitter favorite is a classic aperitif cocktail recipe.
Eager to try your hand at some fiery infusion?
One of the finest ways to immerse yourself in local cultures while traveling is through dining and drinking -- sampling regional fare and wine and mixing and eating with locals. In Galápagos, where wilderness reigns, there are still plenty of ways to discover regional flavors.
It is clear that Mr. Carter takes his drinking seriously.
Once you've ordered your scramble and coffee, it's time to get to the real main course: the cocktail.
The cat and mouse game between drinkers and the agents of sobriety is an old one, but it's fairly simple.
Sorry, Snoopy: These boozy snow cones aren't for you.