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The Sensorist

We’ve come a long way since the cellars of yore. No longer are our pantries rife with creepy crawlies. Never again will we brave a rickety ladder with a tallow candle in hand just to plunder the stores for a midnight snack or a bottle of wine. From iceboxes to …

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Orphan Barrel Whiskey Project Diageo Drink Me Magazine
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ORPHAN BARREL WHISKEY DISTILLING COMPANY

Just as the name hints at, Diageo’s new Orphan Barrel Whiskey Distilling Company delves deep into the dark, damp recesses of both operating and boarded up old distilleries, looking for rare, orphaned barrels of American Whiskey. To mark their grand entrance into this intriguing, treasure hunting project, Orphan Barrel has discovered and …

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Martin Miller, An Interview

Martin Miller’s Gin began during the gin doldrums of the mid-1990s. Now, as the Pied Piper of the gin renaissance, Martin Miller’s Gin is found in more than 40 countries and is growing in popularity at a sensational rate. What started you on your journey to make the world’s best …

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Cocktails

The Aperitif: Commes Les Français

Fruity, bubbly and strong, this concoction will get your appetite going. It comes from Jonathan Pogash, drinks consultant and “Cocktail Guru.” Commes Les Francais by Jonathan Pogash Pastis 1 oz Louis Royer “Force 53” VSOP Cognac 1/2 oz Combier Orange Liqueur 1/2 oz Lillet Blanc 1/2 oz Boiron Passionfruit Juice …

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Cocktails

Queen Califa

One of our favorite artisan distillers, St. George Spirits, has been on our mind this week after news of changes, popped up in our inboxes. The welcome reminder + the return of sunshine & fresh-cut grass in the air, made us immediately crave some sort of fresh, herbal, citrusy cocktail. And just like …

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Tito Beveridge, An Interview

An Interview with Tito Beveridge Tito Beveridge managed almost singlehandedly to change the way an entire category of alcohol is perceived. Still, for all of the success of Tito’s Vodka, it wasn’t always a guarantee that he’d make it. Publisher Cornelius Geary sat down with Beveridge in San Francisco to discuss …

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Gear

Rapidcool V-Tex Technology

The name alone should pique your interest. What wouldn’t you do for a little rapidcool treatment? Slow cool just really isn’t that compelling. Scientists and engineers backed by the European Commission have put their heads together for your drinking pleasure. Oh, and it also will save the planet. This is …

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Design

STACT: MODULAR WINE WALL

Showing off your wine collection has just gotten a little cooler. Design meets function with the new STACT Modular Wine Wall ($129+), a modern & stylish modular system for storing bottles of wine. The wall-mounted panels are made from aircraft-grade aluminum and a variety of wood veneers and colors allows …

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Tin Cup Whiskey Drink Me Magazine
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TINCUP AMERICAN WHISKEY

“I love Colorado and I love drinking whiskey.” We’ll drink to that. In an industry loaded with maniacal marketing maneuvers it’s refreshing to encounter such a genuine vision like that of distilling veteran Jess Graber. His just launched TINCUP American Whiskey is a rugged blend of midwestern rye, corn and malt cut with …

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The MacCallan M Scotch Whiskey Drink Me Magazine
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THE MACALLAN “M” DECANTER

The Macallan, one of the world’s most collectable whiskies, has become synonymous with rare, special releases and other small production run bottlings. One of the most recent is The Macallan “M”, composed from seven distinct casks selected after two years of searching through The Macallan’s vast cellars of over 195,000 barrels. Contained …

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