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Monthly Archives: July 2009

Handbook For Hosts

Handbook For Hosts

Written in 1949, Esquire’s Handbook for Hosts will teach you to plan a cool party, invite the right people, prepare…
The Bee’s Knees

The Bee’s Knees

From Daiquiris to Rum Sours, old school bartenders continue to experiment with honey as a sweetening agent.  Imbibe Magazine has…
El Ritual

El Ritual

Pampero Anejo Especial, brown sugar, coffee grounds and lime.  Sounds odd, but it’s a killer drink.  Believe it! Click here…
Battle of the Overproofs

Battle of the Overproofs

Worthy Park Estate rolls out a new marketing campaign, plans a US launch and spends big to gain a piece…
Tortuga Sales Slow

Tortuga Sales Slow

Tortuga Rum Company is feeling the pinch of the economic downturn.  Their sales are off by more than 30% and…
Rum Bar for Baltimore

Rum Bar for Baltimore

Baltimore is about to get a 10,000 sq. ft. rum bar near it’s popular Inner Harbor District.  The yet to…
Secrets of Gosling’s

Secrets of Gosling’s

In search of the secret recipe and/or technique used to make the perfect Dark & Stormy, Tony Sachs jumps a…
Tales Blog

Tales Blog

Keep up with all of the Tales of the Cocktail action at Tales Blog, the frequently updated play-by-play report written by the…
1000 Bottles of Rum

1000 Bottles of Rum

New Orleans local, Steve Remsberg, has been collecting rum since the early 1970′s. The Times-Picayune gets to the bottom of…
Tiki White House

Tiki White House

It’s not every day that you see a tiki bar set up in the front yard of the White House,…