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Week 40 in Review

Ron Medellin 12 Year gets reviewed, Bahama Bob drinks with Hemingway, KC’s Kill Devil Club gets some press and much more in this week’s news.


North Carolina history is full of tales about clandestine copper stills, bootleggers evading revenuers and Mason jars of illegal ’shine. That legacy can be seen in today’s liquor stores, where more and more legal North Carolina-made spirits stock the shelves.” The Observer takes a look at the growing local booze scene in NC?

October is here and gets in the spirit with a list of 5 Rum Cocktails for Fall.  Click here for the full story.

Steve from Uncommon Caribbean scores a bottle Ron Medellin 12 Year Old-Grand Reserve for their Friday Happy Hour segment.  What does he think of it? Tune in to the UC site for the full review.

Bahama Bob digs deep into the history of Ernest Hemingway and his drinking habits in the most recent article series on the Rumstyles blog.  Don’t miss it.

Kansas City Star reports about the city’s latest hot spot: “Specialty drinks and live music are among the attractions at the Kill Devil Club, which hopes to liven things up on the second floor of a corner space in the Power & Light District.”