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Brewing coffee and drinking it black is a thoughtful, personal process. We need that right now.
I have drunk enough black coffee to push myself out of depression, and enough to spiral back into one. I’ve fallen in love over pour overs and out of it over decaf in a diner. I’ve grown up with Folgers and grown ...
 
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We all need something to calm us down.
We don't have to say it aloud, but it might be therapeutic to say that times are f*cked at the moment. No matter how optimistic a person is, the COVID-19 situation is stressful. There are the usual questions: Could I have it? ...
 
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Expertly composed using the world’s most exquisite casks.
There's no shortage of whisky fanatics who scour the world looking for the most remarkable, most exclusive spirit to satiate their taste buds. But even they might recoil at the price tag of this ultra-premium Scotch whisky. The Dalmore has unveiled a rare 51-year-old ...
 
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With just three ingredients, it's an unbeatable whiskey cocktail.
The Gold Rush is an easy one to make and to drink. Its spirit base is bourbon, its zest comes from lemon, and its sweetness is honey. Think of it like a Whiskey Sour with a different sweetener (and no egg white), ...
 
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Bottoms up!
We hate to break it to you, but the calories in booze count.According to Alcohol Aware the humble pint contains as many of them as a large slice of pepperoni pizza.Cocktails often have the highest level of calories because of the sugary goodness that ...
 
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Warm milk and booze? That's comfort.
There's nothing like some hot milk to set you right. Lull you into serenity. Put you to sleep. Bring you back to a time when you didn't even know what alcohol was—until you remember that alcohol improves all beverages, so you pour ...
 
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Serve Puerto Rico's rich, coconut drink at your holiday party.
Coquito is like eggnog, but better. Served predominately in Puerto Rico, where it originated, it is a rich, milky rum drink sweetened with curls of coconut cream, not to mention both evaporated milk and condensed milk. Pass it out to family and ...
 
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Time to give your liver a rest.
It's the morning after a big night out. You drank excessively. You drank so much that you don't remember drinking excessively. You make coffee to defog your head. More important than fixing that hangover, it turns out the cup o' joe is helping reverse last night's all-out liver assault—sort of. According to a new ...
 
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The only thing we want frozen this winter.
A frozen Jack & Coke is refreshing any time of year, and this cinnamon and coffee version makes it feel extra winter-appropriate. Make it for your holiday party—it'll be the hit. This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors. ...
 
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Tastes are evolving, and with it, the way we like to drink.
While there will always be a special place in our hearts for dive bars, ihaw-ihaw beer gardens, and loud ostentatious party palaces, our elevated preferences for the finer things are also influencing the way we imbibe.These days, when we say “bar,” we ...
 
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Because how else would a distillery celebrate an anniversary?
Ever wondered how a distillery celebrates 180 years of making damn good whiskies? Well, with a rare and limited-edition single malt, of course. Founded in 1839, the Dalmore's 60 Year Old reflects the legacy of the distillery while also representing the pioneering spirit that it ...
 
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'Tis the season.
A spiced cocktail is exactly what your holiday season needs, and this easy recipe strikes the perfect balance between flavors of spices and a sweeter taste, too.  This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors. ...
 
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Everything in moderation, save for alcohol, apparently.
Can't end the day without a drink? If you value your health, it may be time to kick the habit. Turns out, even just light alcohol consumption puts you at higher risk for cancer.A new study published at a peer-reviewed journal by the American Cancer ...
 
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Add a third ingredient—Grand Marnier—to really improve your brunch game.
Mimosas are astonishingly easy to make. Just champagne and fresh orange juice, mixed in a flute and sipped alongside a hearty meal of french toast, breakfast sausage, and home fries. That spread is all fine and good. In fact, we'll see you ...
 
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With coffee liqueur and vodka, it's less of a dessert cocktail than a White Russian.
You've heard of the White Russian. Heavy with Kahlúa, guzzled by Dudes, decadently sweet. The Black Russian is basically that, but less frivolous. And you can probably guess from name alone what the difference is. A White Russian is swirled with heavy ...
 
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An Old Fashioned never tasted better.
The holidays are coming up, which means there are plenty of occasions to try your hand at making some new cocktails. Whether it be a work event or a small gathering at home, you'll impress the holiday party circuit with your cocktail-making ...
 
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The scotch-based cocktail was inspired by Spanish bullfighting.
The Blood and Sand cocktail is an eerily named, scotch-based cocktail that's perplexing. It will not be for everyone. The rosso vermouth is sweet. The cherry comes across strong—red Cherry Heering liqueur is traditional, but clear kirsch brandy lightens its intensity and ...
 
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Please stop saying Mo-way.
You finally know how to pronounce restaurant names, but how will you fare when it comes to a nightcap? We're not just talking bars or cocktails here; we're talking about alcohol brands itself.From Blue Curaçao to Veuve Clicquot, there's a lot of tricky brands ...
 
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These wines won't embarrass you at your upcoming get-togethers.
We're sensing that you're about to attend a lot of parties in the upcoming months. We're going to skip the niceties and tell you to forget the casserole and just bring a bottle of wine. Wine is painless, effortless, and a bottle of three ...
 
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Vodka and grapefruit are a tart, easy-to-drink combo.
Tart and simple—that's the Greyhound cocktail. And that's about it. It is built simply with vodka, grapefruit juice, and ice, and because vodka doesn't do much in the way of lending flavor, the tartness of your pinkish citrus wins out. So pick ...
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