From Tokyo to New York, a cocktail renaissance is happening as “bar chefs” create delicious elixirs worthy of their kitchen counterparts. An epicenter of this barroom artistry can be found at the Absinthe Brasserie & Bar in San Francisco (a city that spends more money per capita on alcohol than any other in the country). Bartenders Jeff Hollinger and Bob Schwartz share their Read more
Portland, Oregon – Oregon Liquor Control Commission has unanimously approved a liquor license to Cartlandia food cart pods found at the intersection of Springwater Corridor and Southeast 82nd Avenue. Read more
According to Trevor Kallies, one of Vancouver’s beer cocktail evangelist and a winner of France’s Annual Craft of Cointreau bartending competition, “the beer cocktail has been around for a while but it is growing and growing really fast.” Read more
This Picnic Time Manhattan Portable Cocktail Case has everything needed for your cocktail party on the go. Fully-insulated and made of rich premium leatherette, the Manhattan has a beautiful velveteen interior lining that helps to showcase all its amenities. This set includes: Read more
A fresh and newly distilled whiskey is colorless. The only aroma you can smell from it is its main ingredient: the grain and the alcohol. The whiskey possesses its color and richness in flavor through the chemical changes that take place during the oxidation and extraction of chemicals through the oak or through the barrel. It is through aging that Read more
Jakarta, known to some as the “Big Durian”, has become the target of the booming drinking culture. You will unlikely find a drink fused with the stinky fruit, but Jakarta’s popular bar and lounge provide refreshing cocktails with menus that offers tropical fruits such as mango, lychee and rockmelon.
Some of the most popular bars and lounges include: Ritz-Carlton Jakarta (8 Lounge) whose menu is dedicated to Mojito variations; Cork & Screw which is highly recommended for drink-stop business travelers; Read more