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The Right Glass for the Aperitif
An aperitif is usually served before a meal to stimulate the appetite. This before-dinner drink may...
The Campari Cocktail
A classic aperitif is the Campari cocktail. Simple. Elegant. Visually intriguing. And perfectly desi...
The Aperitif
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The Iconic Margarita
We would have called it the Perfect Margarita, but with so many recipes declaring themselves the win...
Tequila Drinking Songs
While numerous alcoholic beverages have inspired poets to wax lyrical, some of the most popular song...
Tequila Vs. The Worm
“Did you eat the worm?”It was, and remains, something of a right of passage for young people as they...
Texas Seller Server Classes
Did you know that in the state of Texas the person who actually serves, sells, or delivers an alcoho...
The Largest Alcoholic Spirit Category in the World
What is the largest category of alcoholic spirits in the world? If you guessed whisky, you would be...
For the sake of Sake
Sake (pronounced SAH-kay), also known as Japanese rice wine, is an alcoholic beverage that is kind o...
Perfect Drink for the Year of the Pig
Beginning on February 5, 2019, and ending on January 24, 2020, is the Year of the Pig in the Chinese...
Personal Breathalyzers
Seeing flashing blue lights in the rear view mirror is no one’s idea of a good time. But seeing thos...
Blueberry Fizz
Looking for a cool, crisp, refreshing cocktail that includes some celebratory bubbles? Consider a Bl...
Trending, Hard Sparkling Water
The trend toward lighter, sparklier, lower ABV (alcohol by volume), dare we say healthier, booze is...
Famous Movie/TV Bars that Actually Exist
Television shows and films are designed to transport us to places we’ve never been, where we can vic...
When is Whisky, Whiskey? And other curiosities
The name, whisky, derives from the Gaelic, Uisge beatha or usquebaugh, translated as “water of life....
The Classic Whiskey Sour...and a Few Variations
There are few cocktails as classic as the venerable Whiskey Sour. Depending on which legend you pref...
Tips on Tipping
You’re going out for a special night on the town with that special someone in your life. Everything...
Comparing Apples to Apples, Sort Of
When it comes to apples and alcoholic beverages, it’s not always an “apples to apples” comparison. A...
The Right Glass for the Right Drink
Choosing the correct stemware for a particular drink isn’t just a snooty affectation for the hoity-t...
How is a TABC Certificate different from a TABC License/Permit
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Mocktail Orange Blossom Watermelon Lemonade
Chances are not everyone attending your summertime shindig will imbibe in an alcoholic beverage. Whi...
How to Drink Bourbon
Whiskey is produced around the world, but bourbon is the quintessential American spirit, and like al...
Bourbon Essentials
Bourbon whiskey, sometimes referred to as the poor man’s cognac, is a quintessential American spirit...
Wine Cooler Vs. Wine Cooler
Ah, the vagaries of the English language. Sometimes the exact same phrase refers to two completely d...
Its Wine Cooler Season
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Days of Wine and BBQ
Ah, summertime! Baseball, apple pie and BBQ are in season. Which raises the age-old question; “What...
How Light is Light Beer?
American’s have a taste for beer, to the tune of around 196 million barrels, or 28 gallons per every...
The Champagne Cocktail
Champagne is the traditional bubbly beverage for toasting, well, just about everything from weddings...
What Makes Champagne, Champagne?
Ah, champagne! Who can resist that shimmering light gold color, the lively aroma that is a heady mix...
Popping the Cork on Champagne
Part of the fun of celebrating the New Year, your team winning the Super Bowl, a wedding, graduation...
Kentucky Vs. Tennessee, And We Aint Talkin Football
When it comes to whisky (or whiskey, depending on your etymological preference), interstate rivalrie...
Keeping Your Holiday Festivities Legal
There’s no time like the bleak mid-winter for celebrating. Wine and spirits sales increase significa...