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When a family that has been distilling genever in Holland since 1691 comes out with their first new gin in 40 years, one has to take notic
In certain circles, a high price connotes quality, and few sectors of the marketplace have more expertly exploited this peculiar
Several years ago, attorney Bob Finkelstein mentioned to his friend Steve Wynn that his clients, the family of Frank Sinatra, we
In 2009, Scotch whisky maker the Macallan launched its Masters of Photography Collection, the first release of which comprised bottles with l
After the watershed Paris tasting organized by wine merchant Steven Spurrier in 1976, no development has done more to raise the
The first Universal Whisky Experience, a two-day gathering of some of the finest and rare whiskies, connoisseurs, collectors, blenders and
A wine collection always is evolving.
Each year, the family-owned Buffalo Trace Distillery in Franklin County, Kentucky, releases a limited edition Antique Collection of bourbo
Premium cigar maker Rocky Patel has opened Burn, a cigar bar of unique and innovative style, in Naples, Florida.
They say you can’t return to the past, but Dr.
Glenlivet, the number-two leading malt whisky in the world (Glenfiddich is currently number one), has set its global sights on toppling its c
Unlike Cognac, which must be made in the Cognac region of France, brandy can be made anywhere.
If Bénédictine monk Dom Bernardo Vincelli were given a birthday cake in honor of the herbal liqueur he created, there would be enough cand
There’s a certain sophistication inherent in pairing chocolate with vodka martinis.
As the oldest distillers in Holland, the Nolet family began making genever in 1691. But a few decades ago, 10th-generation Carlolus H.J.
If nothing else, the individually numbered, thick French glass bottle with the etched “D” and its correspondingly heavy gold-filigreed Bil