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You Can’t Sip With Us: The Rise of the Winery Bachelorette Party

You Can’t Sip With Us: The Rise of the Winery Bachelorette Party

Sashes and plastic tiaras, genitalia-shaped party favors, and, of course, obligatory male strippers. Bachelorette parties, those post-lib iterations of traditional stag nights, have already given us so much. A rite of female bonding throughout much of the Western world, fueled by alcohol and high spirits, bachelorette parties have also become a million-dollar industry. According to […]

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Yogurt Cocktails Are Light, Bright and Surprisingly Refreshing

Yogurt Cocktails Are Light, Bright and Surprisingly Refreshing

You’ve heard of the boozy breakfast, but what about breakfast-y booze? Possibly due to Bols Yogurt Liqueur’s launch in 2013, and the yogurt category’s general growth as a healthy food, the creamy ingredient is now appearing in inventive cocktails nationwide. Bartenders across the country are embracing yogurt’s sour, acidic, and silky notes, and using it […]

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Climate Change Is Putting English Sparkling Wine on the Map

Climate Change Is Putting English Sparkling Wine on the Map

English Sparkling Wine is having a moment. What was once Champagne’s invitation-only pool party, attended exclusively by the world’s most finely honed palates, is now being invaded by cannonballing English sparkling wine producers. This is thanks to a number of fortuitous elements coming together to create a right-time, right-place kind of scenario. First of all, […]

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The Rise Of The Kava Bar

The Rise Of The Kava Bar

Dive bar. Classy Bar. Oxygen bar. Bar with beds in it. Bar with washing machines in it. Bar with cats in it. Bar variations kind of cease to surprise. The only bar variation we didn’t expect to see, or see succeed, is the bar entirely without alcohol that still claims to intoxicate. The bar with […]

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