Between the World Cup, Father’s Day and the start of summer, we know you’ve had a long June. So just in case you’ve missed any of our stories, here are some of our best features from this past month.
Cheat Sheet: Bourbon:
Liquor store shelves are packed with dozens of bourbons, but how do you decide which bottle to buy? Bernie Lubbers, Knob Creek’s whiskey professor, reveals the secret to breaking down bourbons into three general categories.
Behind the Drink: The Tom Collins:
The Tom Collins is one of the most classic and enduring summer cocktails, but who created it? Our story from award-winning author and cocktail historian David Wondrich traces the drink back to its creator.
Raising the Bar: Eric Alperin:
Eric Alperin is helping to put Los Angeles back on the mixology map. Meet the talented bartender, who trained at some of New York City’s finest bars, and try a couple of his cocktail recipes.
The Top Shelf: Scotch:
From the 1973 Glenlivet and the 70-year-old Mortlach, to the Port Ellen 30-Year-Old, find five of the world’s rarest single malt whiskies and learn what makes them so desirable.
A Cold One:
Enjoy a refreshing seasonal beer cocktail from four top bartenders, including Liquor.com advisor Aisha Sharpe.