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Dallas Tiki Week: Everything Tiki you ever wanted to know or buy

If you love all things Tiki, you will love  the annual event celebrating Tiki Cocktails, Mid-Century Kitsch, and All Things Vintage. Tiki Week is a series of events hosted by the Dallas chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild… (more)

El Silencio Mezcal Debuts Cinco de Mayo Cocktails

While mezcal is typically a sipping spirit, El Silencio Mezcal from Oaxaca, Mexico is driving to change that in featuring mezcal in cocktails. This Cinco de Mayo they have released three classic cocktails adding their mezcal to replace the traditional… (more)

Time Traveler Strawberry Shandy: Just in Time for the Summer

The Traveler Beer Company in Burlington, VT seems to have embarked on a mission: to create craft beers for people who think that they don’t like beer. They have done this largely by taking a refreshing beer beverage from western… (more)

A surprise night of cocktail creations

My wife Stephanie and I attended a reception presented by Ski Vermont in New York City recently. We were pleasantly surprised to see that Ski Vermont had arranged for a cocktail contest conducted by three mixologists from some of the… (more)

A Little Freud with my Coffee, Please

 I love coffee, coffee and more coffee. Add some decadent desserts, history and old world elegance and I’m in my element. Vienna did not disappoint as I went in search of those storied coffeehouses that dot almost every street… (more)

More on Milwaukee

It’s easy to see why they call Milwaukee a festival city, since there always seem to be at least one and sometimes three or four festivals going on there. In just two days in July, I attended North America’s largest… (more)

Delight Dad with these delicious gifts

Help Dad  enjoy the flavors and aromas of an Italian coffee I know vanilla is the aroma most men are attracted to. But recently I received some coffee that smelled so yummy, I considered marinating it in vodka and… (more)

Winter Warmers to Weather the Cold

As the temperatures drop and the snow begins to pile up, nothing can be cozier than enjoying a warm winter cocktail in front of a blazing fireplace. Here are a few suggestions for some kicked-up coffees and a couple for… (more)

Behind the Scenes at Door County Coffee & Tea

When Vicki Wilson went to Door County to celebrate a friend’s 40th birthday, she didn’t realize she’d soon caffeinate this Wisconsin peninsula. But 21 years later the business she founded has introduced the region to coffee culture and delighted countless… (more)

Visiting Bardstown: the Bourbon Capital of the World

Like sentinels watching over a village, warehouses filled to the rafters with Kentucky Bourbon barrels surround Bardstown — the Bourbon Capital of the World. With its three distilleries, Bardstown is the hub of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and folks here… (more)

Therapy: Drink Your Shrink

In the glittering heart of Hell’s Kitchen sits one of the reigning queens of the midtown gay bar scene. Giving patrons nothing but pleasant shrinkage since 2003, Therapy is a two-floor haven for a tryst of any length…or duration.  … (more)

Spirits of the Season 2012

Everyone is in the best of spirits during the holidays. Whether you serve it at parties, give it for gifts, or even drink it yourself, here are a few of my favorites: NEW CHOCOLATE LIQUEUR TEMPTS YOU TO “DRINK WHAT… (more)

Veritas:This is Dallas’s Destination Wine Bar

Destinations always seem to be somewhere else. Somewhere special so you plan your excursions around them.  I don’t know about you, but when I have a world traveler with me, it always seems that no matter where you go,… (more)

Airline responds to reports of Facebook hot coffee threat

Cathay Pacific has issued a statement after reports that one of its cabin crew posted threats to a passengr on Facebook and said she had wanted to throw hot coffee over her.The flight attendant, who is no longer working for… (more)

Limoncello your way

The first time we went to Italy, we asked for limoncello.  It was December.  In  Milan.  Ridiculous turistas, the waiter guffawed….  We broke the rules:  no cappuccino after 11:00 am; no limoncello in the… (more)

Bucket List Adventure: Taste your way along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Tradition, limestone and a little bit of magic. These are the key ingredients needed for good Kentucky bourbon and Kentucky, being the place where 97 percent of the world’s bourbon is made, has lots of good Kentucky bourbon. They’ve been… (more)