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An Ode to The Perfect Summer Drink

There’s a lot that Ernest Hemingway and I disagree on—writing styles, treatment of women, opinions of F. Scott Fitzgerald. But one thing we’ll always see eye-to-eye on is the daiquiri. A perfectly well-blended, flavorful frozen daiquiri is ...

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It’s rare that distinctions in alcoholic beverages can be relative to the brewer’s discretion, but such is the case between stouts and porters. The two brews form a continuum with such nebulous nuance that one style or sub-style may be ... more »

Jul 20, 2016 1:02 PM Mixology 1 Comments

To think of gin as a medicinal product isn’t so far-fetched for those of us who need a stiff drink after a long day. It’s what you need to take the edge off stress, and it was once used to ease pain and ailments. Conceived in the 1600s by a ... more »

Jun 29, 2016 11:11 AM Mixology

One of the most popular distilled spirits in the world is bourbon, a barrel-aged distilled spirit made primarily from corn. And while the name bourbon is derived from the French Bourbon dynasty, most aficionados believe the name for the spirit ... more »

Jun 22, 2016 11:49 AM Mixology

Here at The Pulse we’ve previously covered honey liqueur, highlighting Wild Turkey Honey Sting and Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey in past mixology pieces. Sounds exciting and novel, doesn’t it? Well, while adding honey ... more »

Jun 8, 2016 12:35 PM Mixology

Everyone has a different taste in beer. No matter who you are or how much you drink, every adult has that one beer that means something to him or her. The problem for years was that this certain flavor was not ... more »

May 25, 2016 2:17 PM Mixology

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