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Kentucky Peerless Barrel Proof Rye Whiskey

Kentucky Peerless Distillery is a relatively new Kentucky whiskey distillery but one with a rich and storied history, nonetheless. Originally founded in the later part of the 19th century, Peerless whiskey almost survived Prohibition with a medicinal use permit, but rebuilding in the wake of Repeal proved too difficult. In 2015, the distillery was revived byContinue Reading

Fundy Gin

The Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia is considered one of the seven natural wonders of North America, producing the highest tides on earth, sheltering some of the rarest whales in the world, and giving name to this unique and delicious gin. More than that, this gin actually passes over Bay of Fundy beach stoneContinue Reading

On the Scene at the 40th Annual Telluride Wine Festival September 23-26

Stunning mountain scenery, sunshine, and fine wine and food – what more could one ask for in a perfect long weekend getaway in Colorado? That’s exactly what the 40th Annual Telluride Wine Festival served up September 23-26, 2021. The former mining village, now a world-class ski destination, buzzed with more than one thousand locals andContinue Reading

Spiced Spirits for Autumn

Depending on where you reside, the autumn leaves may be showing full color, some color or none yet at all. We don’t have an “in” with Mother Nature to shower your world with brilliant hues but we can serve up some cocktail recipes that offer vibrance for both your eyes and palate. Enjoy! SPICED PEACHContinue Reading

Marseille Bouillabaisse-Chef Daniel Drexler

Bouillabaisse is a traditional Provençal fish soup whose origins are tied to the port city of Marseille in southern France. The ancient Greeks who founded Marseille in 600 B.C., brought their cooking traditions, including their traditional fish stew known as ‘kakavia” which may have given birth to bouillabaisse. Historically, Marseille fishermen prepared this hearty fish soup as a meal,Continue Reading

This Kentucky Whiskey Maker Has a Secret: He Really Loves Gin.

Jay Erisman, co-founder of Kentucky’s New Riff Distillery, is known as “the whiskeyman.” The term, according to Jay, “reflects his background in whiskey connoisseurship” that dates back over 30 years. As Fine Spirits Manager at The Party Source, a massive spirits retailer in Northern Kentucky, he was one of the first to bottle a private single barrelContinue Reading

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