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Archive for Amy Zavatto

The Tequila Sunrise Is So Much Better Than It Needs to Be

By The delicious history of the modern classic.

You Think You Know the Sazerac? Think Again.

By Digging into the New Orleans classic.

Is Big Whiskey Afraid of the Craft Spirits Movement?

By Getting to the bottom of the battle.

Why Armagnac Should Be on the Shelf at Every Serious Bar

By The power and glory of the French spirit.

The Secret to the World’s Best Margarita

By Its history is murky. How to make it delicious is not.

The Indispensables: The Cuba Libre

By Much more than just a Rum & Coke.

Jack Rose

By The pretty pink glow hides a strong punch of applejack.

The Indispensables: Piña Colada

By The chilly, coconut-y drink is having (another) moment. And this recipe might be the best there is.

This is How to Bring Rock and Rye Back from the Dead

By Rock and rye was all the rage hundreds of years ago. Now, it’s back in bottle form thanks to the work of a few enterprising booze makers.
Auchentoshan American Oak

Auchentoshan American Oak: The Gateway Drug for Scotch Haters

By There’s a new Scotch that drinks like a bourbon and you’re going to want it to play mediator all the time.