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  • What is Piquette?

    What is Piquette?

    Piquette is a crisp, clean drink that straddles the line of many things (flavored fizzy water, beer, hard seltzer, wine), while being completely unique. Generally thought of as a low-brow product, it is seeing a resurgence thanks to the growing popularity in natural wine and this makes us so happy because it is the perfect summer daytime sipper! This "wine like beverage" is made by re-fermenting the grape skins and stems after they are pressed (essentially made from “leftovers” from the wine making process), resulting in a highly-drinkable, low-alcohol beverage that is perfect for relaxing afternoons and long conversations. Give them a...

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    St. Patrick's Day Featured Cocktail

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    Recognizing Women's History Month

    How will you honor and celebrate women this March?  March is Women's History Month. This designation serves as a reminder for us to commemorate and encourage the study and observation of the vital role of women in US and global history. It's an important time to recognize women's contributions and uplift women and those who identify as women around the world. Here are some ways you and your family can celebrate from home this year: Listen to, read, and watch diverse stories Dive deep into women's literature, and read up or otherwise educate yourself on the plight of women around the world....

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  • Author: Allegra Oehmsen
  • 10 Ways to Make Staying Home Fun

    As we come upon a full year of pandemic-life, you may be finding it increasingly challenging to stay balanced and engaged at home, especially during cold winter days. We've put together a list of some things we are doing to make staying home more fun this winter!

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    Celebrate Black History Month

    February is Black History Month! It's important to celebrate Black culture all year long, but this month especially we honor Black history and pay special tribute to the achievements and contributions made by Black people. It's also a time to reflect and take action on all that remains to be done when it comes to racial inequity in America. The story of Nathan “Nearest” Green, a formerly enslaved man who taught Jack Daniels the art of whiskey-making, came to light in recent years due to the hard work of journalists and the owner of Uncle Nearest Whiskey, Fawn Weaver.  As a...

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