Rum is ubiquitous in many booze lovin’, sugarcane growin’ regions of the world. From the Philippines to the West Indies, sugarcane juice and its byproducts are fermented and distilled into the 400-year-old spirit. The world’s top-selling rum by volume is the Philippines’ Tanduay, but the spirit has immense cultural importance across the Caribbean.
Eskimos have 50 words for snow, but the French encapsulate a lot of what makes winter awesome in one hyphenate: après-ski. The French term for “after-skiing,” it’s what elevates any ski trip beyond a mere day on the slopes. The phrase emerged in the 1950s to describe the festivities that ensue when the chair lifts close. This […]