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Suze Aperitif Drink Me Magazine
DrinkMixology

SUZE SAVEUR D’AUTREFOIS

What’s old is new again, and the more obscure, the better. Today’s craft mixology culture celebrates the rediscovery of century-old potions, concoctions and bitters in an attempt to offer that mysterious edge of je ne sais quoi. No one does it better than the French when it comes to style …

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Papas Pilar Rum Drink Me Magazine
Spirits

PAPA’S PILAR DARK & BLONDE RUM

“Papa” as Ernest Hemingway was known, is quite possibly every man’s hero- a great adventurer fueled singularly by an obsession to live life fully. Papa’s Pilar Dark and Blond Rum pay homage to Hemingway’s exploits on land and sea, and were crafted to evoke that same raw romanticism with adventure. Named for …

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Revolution Wine & Water Glasses Drink Me Magazine
Design

REVOLUTION GLASSWARE

When is the last time you noticed the water glasses at a table? Beautiful form meets function with the chic and innovative Revolution glassware. Designed for use from either end depending on that moment’s need, the versatile glasses are as simplistic as they are compelling. Minimalist design gives the illusion …

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Snapshot Wheat New Beligum Beer Drink Me Magazine
BeerDrink

NEW BELGIUM SNAPSHOT WHEAT

New Belgium Brewing announced the introduction of its 10th full-time, year-round beer. Part throwback and part trendsetter, the New Belgium Snapshot Wheat is an unfiltered wheat beer with a citrusy nose, coriander and grains of paradise, giving way to a sweet malt profile and a flash of tart across the …

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DrinkWine

CAMERON HUGHES LOT 555

There were a number of candidates for Cameron Hughes’ biggest release of the year. Ultimately, the deserving winner – a producer of the highest Napa Valley pedigree, was Lot 555 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ($29).  Fruit from this exclusive release hails from a very famous Rutherford producer and one of Napa’s blue chip …

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Marca Negra Mezcal Drink Me Magazine
Spirits

MARCA NEGRA MEZCAL

Mezcal is often referred to as the South of the Border cousin to Islay Scotch. While not every bottle merits this comparison, the new line from Mezcal Marca Negra stands out with distinct smokiness and a strong, proud identity of where it was grown. Every bottle of Marca Negra contains information on the …

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