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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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This equal-parts cocktail is only 12 years old—and already a classic.
The Paper Plane is a daring drink. With bourbon's sweetness, Aperol and Amaro Nonino Quintessentia's bitterness, and sour lemon, it hangs in the balance—like the perfectly aligned paper plane you always wanted to fold out of notebook paper but never quite mastered. ...
 
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This secret bar is the perfect venue for your next party
The Bevvy by Don Revy is a stockroom-turned-ideal showcase for the owners’ line-up of wine and spririts, so ideal that their clients just started drinking their bottles right there.There is no signage from the street, and the location is the last place ...
 
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Hey Brew wants to change the way the Greenhills crowd dines and drinks.
A few decades ago, the Greenhills complex in Ortigas was a watering hole where college kids partook of Tia Maria’s Zombies and Weng-Wengs while their high school counterparts were at the spacious parking lot chugging on beers. For those who wanted to ...
 
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Just pop one in your mouth and you're good to go.
Remember when the Internet was abuzz with those edible drink capsules made out of seaweed? Yeah. It was amazing, revolutionary, and sustainable. The possibilities were endless.The capsules were first handed out during the 2019 London Marathon with electrolyte drink Lucozade Sport inside. And doing this saved ...
 
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Don't make that face at us. It is delicious.
There are some flavors that seem like they should never go together. You know, things like hot sauce and ice cream or pickles and peanut butter. But every so often, there's an outlier that defies the expectations of digestion. Some flavor combinations ...
 
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The GOAT is coming for your liquor cabinet.
A lot of celebrity liquor brands are bad. Really bad. Nearly undrinkable. But Cincoro, a new tequila dropping into the luxury end of the market this month, has all the makings of a very good celebrity liquor.For starters, its celebrities backers are NBA heavyweights, including the ...
 
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From traditional Filipino liquor to brand new variations.
Craft everything is booming, even more so in the Philippines where craft beer, liquor, and spirits have each become a universe of its own. Aside from the many craft brewers, there are even pubs dedicated solely to serving the best craft beer. But, ...
 
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"A Song of Fire" and "A Song of Ice" feature contrasting flavor profiles and some very cool bottle art.
Would you believe we're still dissecting fan theories about Game of Thrones and how it fell on its own sword like a bumbling idiot in its final season? Well, we are. There's much to discuss and much to hate. But one thing to not hate is the ...
 
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Where to go on your next evening out
While we love our tapas bars and their selections of wine, we also enjoy wine bars and lounges that put emphasis on places that put wine front and center. This unranked shortlist is of lounges across the city that offer the best wine experience, ...
 
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It's worth the price, if it means saving the planet.
The world asks for a lot of money from you. A few pesos here for guac on the side. Extra fees there for faster shipping. A chunk out of your paycheck toward the nanny. And you pay up, because life is tough and you ...
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