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Bitters have been around since the earliest known cocktails, dating to an 1806 book called "The Balance and Columbian Repository," which described a cocktail

All the world seems to love tequila right now -- global sales hit a record high two years ago, with total shipments of the

Grappa used to be thought of as your grandfather's unpalatable after-dinner tipple, something you'd either sip so slowly as to take almost nothing in,

Ah, Lillet. Is there anything more refreshing in summer, whether over ice by the pool or in an inventive cocktail before dinner? Brothers Raymond and

The United States might be known for its love of sweet drinks like Coca-Cola and Gatorade, but there are plenty of palates that prefer

If you adore the fragrantly spicy foods of Southeast Asia, you might want to inject a sweet-and-spicy ginger liqueur into your next dish or