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Cocktail Enthusiast: Goral Vodka Review
Goral Vodka hails from Slovakia, making this our first brush with Slovakian vodka. To make the stuff, Master Distiller Jn Krak starts with Durum wheat and a seven column still. The vodka is blended with water from the underground springs of the Tatra Mo...
Dateline: 2015-08-02 8:17pm -07:00T (183 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: For the Wine Enthusiast
SPONSORED POST It’s no surprise that we here at Cocktail Enthusiast enjoy the occasional cocktail. But one cannot live on cocktails alone. That’s why beer and wine exist. So today we’re turning our attention to red wine. From origins an...
Dateline: 2015-07-29 10:17am -07:00T (111 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: Tequila Cocktails for National Tequila Day
Hardly a week goes by these days without the opportunity to observe a food- or drink-related holiday. We’re content to skip nearly all of them, but July 24th–better known as National Tequila Day–is one that we’re happy to support. ...
Dateline: 2015-07-23 2:17pm -07:00T (245 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: The London No 1 Gin Review
Putting “No 1″ on your bottle is pretty bold, especially when you’re a London gin that’s competing with a horde of other fine London-style gins. And when you’re owned by a Spanish company (Gonzalez Byass) that primarily make...
Dateline: 2015-07-21 12:17am -07:00T (330 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: Usquaebach 15 Year Old Scotch Whisky Review
Usquaebach. It’s pronounced oos-ke-bah,” and it’s a line of blended malt whiskies from the Highlands. With a blend dating back to the 1700s and the name trademarked since 1877, it’s also one of the oldest games in town. We got o...
Dateline: 2015-07-13 11:02pm -07:00T (275 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: St. Augustine New World Gin Review
You know gin. It’s that juniper-forward spirit distilled from grains. Usually. But in this case, it’s a citrus-forward spirit distilled from sugar cane. It comes to us from St. Augustine Distillery in Florida, so suddenly this whole thing mak...
Dateline: 2015-07-08 9:17pm -07:00T (247 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: 4th of July Cocktail Recipes
4th of July is coming, and that’s reason enough to break out a few patriotic and otherwise celebratory drinks. So below, we’ve rounded up a few 4th of July cocktails that pay homage to America or just simply taste great on a hot day. Check bel...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 9:02am -07:00T (352 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: WhistlePig Old World Rye Whiskey Review
Dave Pickerell has been tinkering. The guy whos maybe Americas foremost maker of rye whiskey has taken lately to aging his rye in casks more common to scotch whisky production. He started with an extremely limited-release Sauternes finished rye, th...
Dateline: 2015-06-29 4:17pm -07:00T (316 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review
Old Forester has something new for us. It’s called Old Forester 1987 Bottled in Bond, and it’s a new bourbon that honors the U.S. Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897. Crafted by Brown-Forman Master Distiller Chris Morris, this is the second release i...
Dateline: 2015-06-25 12:17pm -07:00T (257 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: Jefferson’s Reserve Groth Cask Finish Bourbon Review
Jefferson’s Bourbon has just introduced a new expression to its portfolio: Jefferson’s Reserve Groth Cask Finish, a bourbon that was aged in new American white oak barrels in Kentucky prior to being finished for nine months in French oak barr...
Dateline: 2015-06-19 5:47pm -07:00T (301 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: Koval Rose Hip Liqueur Review
If you happen to live in the Midwest, youre probably familiar with Koval Distillery, which in 2008 became Chicagos first booze producer since Prohibition. But even if youre from the heart of Big Ten country, youre probably mostly familiar with...
Dateline: 2015-06-15 4:32pm -07:00T (356 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: Tanquery Introduces Bloomsbury Gin
Tanqueray has something new for us with the limited release of Tanqueray Bloomsbury Gin. This juniper-forward expression comes from Master Distiller Tom Nichol, who found inspiration for this gin from an old Tanqueray family recipe dating back to about 18...
Dateline: 2015-06-12 12:47pm -07:00T (158 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: Alberta Dark Batch Rye Whisky Review
Alberta Distillers is the number one rye producer in North America, making whisky for a number of brands on the market today. But now, Alberta Distillers is releasing its own whiskey: Alberta Dark Batch Rye. And in an industry that’s often secretiv...
Dateline: 2015-06-08 5:32pm -07:00T (296 words)
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Cocktail Enthusiast: La Caravedo Pisco Review
We never turn down a good pisco drink. But there’s something about the start of summer that always has us leaning toward the Pisco Sour. It’s tart, it’s refreshing, and it’s a welcome change from our whiskey-soaked winters and gin...
Dateline: 2015-06-03 8:47pm -07:00T (286 words)
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