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Cocktail Recipe: Grown Up Cherry Cola

Cocktail Recipe: Grown Up Cherry Cola

Ingredients 4 oz Bourbon (we suggest Russell's Reserve 10 Year) 1 Tbsp Grenadine (we suggest Quince & Apple Tart Cherry Grenadine) Cola (we suggest Boylan Cane Cola) Ice Cocktail Cherries (we suggest Jack Rudy Bourbon Cocktail Cherries) Directions Pour the bourbon and grenadine into a lowball glass and stir until combined. Add ice and top with cola. Garnish with cocktail cherries as desired. *For more cherry flavor, add a second tbsp of grenadine. Tools of the Trade ​ These rocks glasses have octagonal bodies, which makes them easier to handle than their round counterparts. Perfect for parties or if you're just plain accident-prone. $3.99/ea...

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  • Recipe: Fall Sangria

    Recipe: Fall Sangria

    Ingredients 1 bottle of dry red wine, chilled (we suggest Protocolo Tinto) 1/4 cup orange liqueur (we suggest Walcher Arancello Liqueur) 2 tablespoons pomegranate syrup (optional; we suggest Powell & Mahoney Pomegranate Mix) 1 cup water 1 apple, sliced 1 orange, sliced (blood orange is optimal) 1/2 cup pomegranate seeds 2 torn rosemary sprigs 1 to 2 tablespoons sugar (optional) Directions Stir water, orange liqueur, pomegranate syrup, sugar, and rosemary sprigs in a pitcher or carafe. Add sliced apple, orange, and pomegranate seeds and refrigerate overnight. When ready to drink, stir in the bottle of chilled dry red wine. Serve over ice if desired.  Tools of the Trade True Chill...

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  • Staff Picks: Wines We Love

    Staff Picks: Wines We Love

    Shopping for wine can be difficult, especially when you don't quite know how to describe what you like. One easy way to shop for wine is by shopping from our staff picks - tried and true wines hand chosen by our employees. Here's what some of us are drinking these days: Elizabeth Jo Landron Amphibolite Muscadet This natural, organic wine from France is crisp and so satisfying. Drink with oysters or sushi for the ultimate experience! $14.99 - Add to Cart Lise et Bertrand Jousset Exile Blanc This French wine is a blend of organic Chenin & Chardonnay grapes. It's...

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  • Wine Wednesday With Adam: Off The Beaten Path

    Wine Wednesday With Adam: Off The Beaten Path

    Welcome to the latest installment of Wine Wednesdays with Adam! Each week we'll explore some of my favorite wines and what makes them stand out from the crowd. In honor of our first Off The Beaten Path event, we'll be exploring some of my favorite lesser-known wines. There are lots of benefits to enjoying wines that are a little off the beaten path. For one, this is generally where you find your best values. You can find great wine at great prices if you're willing to explore lesser-known regions, try new varietals, embrace blends, and stay away from larger well-known brands. Plus, an unfamiliar but tasty bottle...

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    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: These Wines are Shucking Good [Oyster-Friendly Wines]

    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: These Wines are Shucking Good [Oyster-Friendly Wines]

    Welcome to the latest installment of Wine Wednesdays with Adam! Each week we'll explore some of my favorite wines and what makes them stand out from the crowd. This week: oyster friendly wines. Great wines for oysters are what people in the beer world would call “sessionable” – brisk, racy, and refreshing. Their acidity acts much like a squeeze of lemon. Minerality and certain other wine qualities that give the impression of saltiness – such as the presence of lees during wine aging – also tend to complement the briny-sweetness of oysters. Lees are leftover yeast particles from the self-destruction of yeast cells during...

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