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Introduction to Amaro

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  How does one describe a spirit as complex as the amaro family?  When there are hundreds of different styles of these before and after dinner beverages, where do you begin?   Amaro is one of the most complicated spirits on the market, partly due to to its...

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Introduction to Vermouth

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[dropcaps style='square1' background_color='']W[/dropcaps] e all know that a martini contains vermouth, but when it comes to other high-end cocktails, how often do you think of vermouth? Probably not often. But you should. High-quality vermouth can be the unsung hero in many intriguing cocktails. It's well worth...

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Introduction to Gin

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[dropcaps style='square1' background_color='']G[/dropcaps] in is a spirit that has polarized the world of liquor, despite its growth as a popular beverage for many cocktail drinkers. While more and more of our customers seem to be turning to gin cocktails, or even drinking it straight over ice, gin's...

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Introduction to Whisk(e)y

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[dropcaps style='square1' background_color='']T[/dropcaps] he History of Whiskey Although distillation is thousands of years old, the origination of whiskey itself is associated primarily with Ireland and Scotland. The wild tribes and later peasant farmers were responsible for learning the distillation process and using it to turn fermented corn,...

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