Spirits

At the Top of their Game

To make a great spirit takes equal parts chemistry, vision and passion. To be a great distiller, you need to have skills and the courage to break the mold and create a blend like no other. The path to the still is different for each blender, but whether it's genever, gin, grappa, rum, tequila or whisky, today's top female distillers have skills you can taste in every sip. With an industry whose history is so full of women, it is no wonder that distilling has once again become a woman's field.

Top 5 Places for Drinks Lovers to Stay

The pandemic has us grounded and that dream vacation is way, way on the backburner. But #goals are important, so set your sights on a drink destination. As it turns out, there is a hotel that caters to almost every libation. Check out some of the coolest places to sip and stay. Even non-sherry drinkers have heard the name Tio Pepe. Last month, the 185-Year-Old Sherry producer unveiled Hotel Bodega Tio Pepe, the world’s first Sherry Hotel. Located in the Old Town of Jerez, Spain the 27-room bou

Casa Dragones #CocktailsatHome winning bartenders

It’s been a long summer for most and Casa Dragones continues to show its support for the bartender community as votes are tallied and its #CocktailsatHome program comes to a close. Over 100 tequila tastemakers showcased their mixology mastery with Casa Dragones Blanco by creating a unique no-stress cocktail presented in a how-to video tutorial for the at-home bartender. Casa Dragones called on its social media followers to select the eight finalists who would then stream their viral cocktail c

Casa Dragones Tequila #CocktailsatHome Program

Casa Dragones Tequila turned up the heat this summer by supporting the bartending community with its # program. Pulling from over 100 accounts in key markets, tequila tastemakers showcased their mixology mastery with Casa Dragones Blanco cocktails created to impress but cause no stress for the home bartender. All participants received a grant from Casa Dragones. From west coast LA to northern London and downtown New York to beachfront Tulum, entries poured in and tequila drinks were blended, s

To-go cocktails are helping bars stay afloat during

Three months ago, a cocktail-to-go packed alongside your take-out meal was reserved for the few and far between. Today, restaurants across the country are adding wine, beer and cocktails to their pick up windows in an effort to stay afloat amidst the current COVID-19 crisis. Cities like Memphis, New Orleans, and Las Vegas have had strong to-go cocktail cultures, but it’s not cut and dry and laws aren’t always clear. Take Memphis, only the city’s legendary Beale Street is exempt from the statew
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