Long considered a less-expensive version of champagne, prosecco has its own impressive characteristics that deserve our full attention.
This summer, with COVID turning local parks and beaches into our favourite neighbourhood bars, the novel concept of a cocktail in a can becomes an essential convenience.
This summer, some liquor trends endure while others have burst onto the scene like a delightful surprise.
Here are some middle-shelf and top-shelf Canadian whisky picks that you most definitely need to add to your home bar.
In recent years, the number of celebrity liquor brands has skyrocketed and the latest to join this lucrative side hustle is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
The Canadian whisky category is not just confined to the bottom shelf and is a surprisingly diverse category that too often goes unnoticed by most whisky drinkers.
Now the legendary French brand Louis XIII Cognac by Rémy Martin has announced a partnership with ARK Architects to display decanters of its exquisite Cognac in specially designed cellars of its villas.
Despite the challenges of 2020, many specialists predict that global volume sales for spirits will set a new record this year, mostly thanks to new distilleries making subtle differences to switch things up.
For one week a year, the Glenmorangie distillery, located in Tain in the Scottish Highlands, yields barrels entirely unlike the rest of its usual output.