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City Guides

One for the Road:

Cocktail hunter and Liquor.com advisory board member Simon Ford explores the thriving bar scene in Miami and finds some of Florida’s best watering holes.

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Raising the Bar:
John Lermayer

Meet the talented Miami bartender who helped establish the city’s mixology scene and recently opened The Regent Cocktail Club in South Beach.

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Is Big Whiskey Afraid of the Craft Spirits Movement?

Getting to the bottom of the battle.

The Margarita Is Still America’s Favorite Cocktail

But the rest of the top five, that depends.

Drink Here Now 2019

2019 is looking to be a good year for drinking, especially in bars.

This year, Drink Here Now features nearly 300 great places to drink across the globe.

The winners—selected by some of the most knowledgeable drinkers we know—are located in 75 cities around Planet Earth. These are the 14 categories:New Kids (new bar) Longtimers (bars open at least five years) Internationals (bars located outside the U.S.) Experimenters (bars that embrace innovation) Food Slingers (bars with great food) Team Players (innovation award—could be new or established) Neighborhood Bar (easygoing local bars) Genre Bars: Cocktail, Gin, Irish, Rum, Tequila/Agave, Tiki, WhiskeyChoose a city and find a new favorite bar. Or pick one of the 14 categories and check out the awardees from across the world. Or wander the map and drink by continent.

Drink Here Now is not only about the newest, and it’s not just about the best. It’s about the smartest, the most thoughtful, the bleeding edge, the tried-and-true. The places that matter most—right now.

The Macallan Launches Private Jet and Yacht Whisky Experience

Sample some of the finest scotch in the world on a trip from New York to Miami.
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Discover How 38 Bartenders Became Tequila Herradura Legends

Follow the path of 38 bartenders who won a trip to the last true tequila-producing hacienda

These Top Miami Bars Have Embraced Bitterness

You can experience the full range of bitter cocktails without leaving Miami. Because a bunch of bars in town are celebrating Martini & Rossi Riserva Speciale Bitter Liqueur by going bitter. That means introducing original cocktails made with the irresistible bitter liqueur. Find the bar closest to you and prepare to get bitter.

Explore Miami Bars Offering Twists on the Plymouth Martini

Plymouth Gin

Contributed by Liquor.com Staff
The original Martini recipe, created more than a century ago, called for Plymouth gin. Bartenders have been updating and innovating with the classic cocktail ever since. But the best Martinis share that original foundation. Miami bartenders are continuing that tradition by pouring delicious, unique takes on the Plymouth Martini. These are the top Miami bars where you can find them.

The Definitive Guide to Miami’s Best Highballs

Think scotch isn't for Fall? Think again. It’s a delicious introduction to whisky and a refreshing change for scotch aficionados. Wherever you fall on the whisky spectrum, you’ll want to try the intensely smooth highballs being poured at bars all over Miami. The Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve Highballs are the perfect way to switch things up this Fall. Sponsored by The Glenlivet
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9 Bartenders Discover the Right Way to Make Tequila

These expert cocktail makers recognize good craftsmanship. And they found plenty of it in Mexico.
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Who Won the USBG Legacy National Finals?

Discover who’s representing the US at the global finals in Mexico City.
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What Inspired the Bartenders in the USBG Legacy National Finals?

Get the story behind the eight cocktails that rose above the rest.

How to Help Bartenders in Puerto Rico? Give Them Bartending Shifts on the Mainland.

Bartender helping bartenders. It’s how the industry rolls.
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Experience Cognac Like Never Before at Hennessy’s Le Grand Voyage

Go to Brooklyn for an immersive, sensory trip to the Cognac region of France.
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What Does It Take to Create a Bartending Legacy?

Discover why you should be a part of the prestigious global competition.