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5 Tips: Hot Toddies

Feel a chill in the air? Warm up with these Hot Toddy secrets from St. John Frizell, owner of New York bar and restaurant Fort Defiance.

Drinking 2.0

From filtered tequila and cocktails on tap to green-powered stills, drinking has recently gone high-tech. Read about some bars and brands on the cutting edge.

Whisky’s Perfect Match

We got award-winning author and Scotch expert Charles MacLean to share his tips for pairing single malt with food.

Modern Times

Liquor.com advisor and award-winning author David Wondrich ruminates on trendiness and explores the history of an aptly named Scotch-and-sloe-gin drink.

Farm to Drink: Seasonal & Savory

Talented mixologist Charlotte Voisey hosts our latest video about making cocktails with fresh herbs, red bell peppers and rhubarb.

Creating Signature Bitters

Take your autumn cocktails to the next level by making a batch of your own bitters.

One for the Road: Shanghai

Cocktail hunter Simon Ford explores the thriving bar scene in Shanghai and finds some of Asia’s best watering holes.

Behind the Drink: The Blood and Sand

Acclaimed author and Liquor.com advisor Gary Regan explores the origins of this classic Scotch-whisky cocktail.

Single Malts from Around the World

From India and Sweden to Japan, distillers across the globe are making Scotch-inspired whiskies. Here are four bottlings that you need to try.

Ken Burns’ Spirited History

We spoke to award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns about his new PBS documentary, Prohibition.

Highlight Reel: September

Five of our best cocktails-and-spirits stories from the past month.

Bourbon Boon

Celebrate National Bourbon Heritage Month with five new and complex whiskies that you need to try.

A Chaser of Fame

To be a celebrity these days, you need your own signature spirit, but this trend actually dates back centuries. Here are three historic brands that have had a brush with fame.

Behind the Bar: Closing Time

Master bartender and Liquor.com advisor Dale DeGroff mourns for some of his favorite New York bars that are long gone.

Spirited Cooking: Bourbon Balls

Celebrate America’s native spirit by enjoying this delicious dessert from award-winning cookbook authors Matt and Ted Lee.

Farm to Drink: Sweet Concoctions

Talented mixologist Charlotte Voisey hosts our latest video about making cocktails with perfectly ripe fruit.

Ingredient Hunter: Australia

Planning a trip Down Under? Then be sure to pick up these tasty spirits that are nearly impossible to find in the United States.

Back to School

Brush up on your liquor knowledge with our 10 Spirits 101 articles on the most popular alcohol categories.

The Hot List: Pomegranate Concoctions

The historic fruit tastes delicious in a range of fall cocktails.

San Francisco Cocktail Week: 2011

Get our guide to the Bay Area’s fifth annual mixology celebration, taking place later this month.

Endless Summer

Extend your summer with these recipes from talented mixologist and Liquor.com advisor Aisha Sharpe.

Highlight Reel: August

Five of our best cocktails-and-spirits stories from the past month.

Extreme Ingredients

From beehives and henhouses to edible flowers, bartenders are going to extreme measures to make the freshest and most exotic cocktails.

Spirited Cooking: Wild Striped Bass

Talented New York mixologist and author Nick Mautone shares his recipe for cooking with cocktails.

The Indie Spirit

These independent bottlers produce a range of rare and complex single malt Scotch whiskies.

Behind the Drink: The Moscow Mule

Acclaimed author and Liquor.com advisor Gary Regan explores the origins of this classic vodka-and-ginger-beer recipe.

The Garrick Club Punch

Award-winning author and Liquor.com advisor David Wondrich ladles out some gin history and shares one of his favorite punch recipes calling for the complex spirit.

Old-School Spirits

In this age of cutting-edge technology, these spirits are made instead using traditional methods that date back centuries.

Cool as Ice

Chill out during the dog days of August with the help of these four cool tools and devices.

Masters of Mixology: Donn Beach

Acclaimed author Wayne Curtis proves why tiki-cocktail creator Ernest “Don the Beachcomber” Gantt is still important and popular today.

Behind the Drink: The $13 Cocktail

Watch Liquor.com’s first short film, documenting the hours of work that go into making a delicious craft drink at San Francisco’s Bourbon & Branch.

Behind the Bar: Berry Cocktails

Get master bartender and Liquor.com advisor Dale DeGroff’s secrets for using fresh summer fruit in your cocktails.

5 Tips: Blender Drinks

Beat the heat with these frozen-cocktail secrets from tiki authority Jeff “Beachbum” Berry.

One for the Road: Copenhagen

Cocktail hunter Simon Ford explores the thriving bar scene in Denmark’s capital and finds some of Scandinavia’s best watering holes.

Summer Scotch

We got Scotch expert Charles MacLean to share with us some of his favorite ways to drink whisky in the summer.

The Tale End: 2011

What we learned at this year’s Tales of the Cocktail convention in New Orleans.

Highlight Reel: July

Five of our best cocktails-and-spirits stories from the past month.

The Concise Prehistory of Vodka Cocktails in America

Award-winning author and Liquor.com advisor David Wondrich traces the history of vodka drinks in America.

Throw a Clean-Up Party

Talented mixologist and Liquor.com advisor Jacques Bezuidenhout makes organizing your home bar a reason to celebrate.

The Shaking Rhythm

Listen closely: Can you hear it? Each bartender has his or her own distinct shake. Acclaimed author Wayne Curtis explores this mixological phenomenon.

Lemon Season

Turn your perfectly ripe summer lemons into delicious tart-and-sweet limoncello and use their juice in historic cocktail recipes.

Gadget Guide: Summer 2011

From a shaved-ice blender to a carbonating shaker and caviar cubes, we found the latest and greatest bar tools and accessories you need to test out.

Revolution in a Cup

Celebrate the French holiday Bastille Day by enjoying a range of the country’s spirits, as picked by talented bartender and Liquor.com advisor Allen Katz.

H2O Cocktails

Learn how to make infused-water concoctions from celebrity chef and mixologist Kathy Casey.

Best Vodka Bars

Vodka is the top-selling spirit in America, and we found five of the best bars in the country at which to enjoy the popular liquor.

The Recipe for NYC Cocktail Week

Get the recipes for a few of the fabulous drinks served at the city’s top bars during Liquor.com’s first annual NYC Cocktail Week.

Mixing Up July 4

Celebrate Independence Day by fixing these four refreshing watermelon cocktails.

Ingredient Hunter: Distillery Bottlings

Go to the source: These six special spirits are available only at the distillery.

Highlight Reel: June

Five of our best cocktails-and-spirits stories from the past month.

The Evolution of American Whiskey

Acclaimed author Max Watman explores how US distillers are creating the next generation of innovative and complex whiskies.
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