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  1. Singani: Bolivia's oldest spirit is the newest cocktail crazeRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | WTOP-FM Washington

    ... drink singani on the rocks with lime, or with ginger ale and lime, but Escobar says it can be subbed it in for whiskey or gin in classic cocktails, or mixed with Italian sodas for a refreshing summer beverage. And the next time you mix up a ...

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  2. Golden shoes and Moscow MulesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Marshall Independent

    ... to sample a few of the whiskeys from his stash. During our beverage talks, I mentioned I'd never tasted a Japanese whiskey. At the next day's joint Father's Day celebration, I was handed a bottle of Suntory Whisky Toki - an aged blended whisky (and ...

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  3. All about awamori, rice spirit from Okinawa that's new to Hong Kong restaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | South China Morning Post

    Ku-suya Rakuen in Causeway Bay and Yardbird in Sheung Wan serve the drink, made from Thai rice, neat, with mixers and in cocktails, and have paired some of the concoctions with food Yardbird, the popular yakitori restaurant in Sheung Wan, is known for its wide range of Japanese liquors such as umeshu , sake, shochu and Japanese whisky, many of which feature in the inventive cocktails. While Hong Kong diners are generally familiar with these drinks, the restaurant recently has started to make cocktails with a lesser-known Japanese spirit, awamori.

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  4. Hong Kong drinkers get ready for awamori invasion from OkinawaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Ku-suya Rakuen in Causeway Bay and Yardbird in Sheung Wan are selling the Japanese alcoholic drink made from Thai rice in Okinawa Yardbird, the popular yakitori restaurant in Sheung Wan, is known for its wide range of Japanese liquors such as umeshu , sake, shochu and Japanese whisky, many of which feature in the inventive cocktails. While Hong Kong diners are generally familiar with these drinks, the restaurant recently has started to make cocktails with a lesser-known Japanese spirit, awamori.

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  5. Martin: Sealing family ties with dripping red waxRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | HeraldSun.com

    ... beginning with a quote from the late Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black: "I was brought up to believe that Scotch whiskey would need a tax preference to survive in competition with Kentucky bourbon." He continued, "All bourbon is whiskey, but not all ...

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  6. Spirits Market: Size, Share, Development, Growth and Demand Forecast to 2014-2020Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | SBWire

    Spirit, also known as distilled beverage, is an alcoholic beverage manufactured by distillation of a mixture produced from alcoholic fermentation. Distillation process is used to purify the mixture and to remove diluting components like water from the mixture for the purpose of increasing its proportion of alcohol content ).

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  7. Jack Daniel's wants you to know about Nearis Green, the slave...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune

    Bourbon maker Jack Daniel's is acknowledging that a slave named Nearis Green, who was acquainted with distiller Jack Daniel, taught the whiskey-maker his trade. Bourbon maker Jack Daniel's is acknowledging that a slave named Nearis Green, who was acquainted with distiller Jack Daniel, taught the whiskey-maker his trade.

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  8. Canadian Whisky? You May Already Be Drinking ItRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Daily Beast

    A number of craft American whiskey brands are bottling and selling straight rye whiskies they've bought across the border. You may never look at Canadian whiskey the same, eh? If you've been reading that your favorite "craft" whiskey isn't really made by those bearded hipster guys down at the Oh-So-Local Distillery, but instead comes from a huge distillery in Indiana called MGP a well, it ain't necessarily so.

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  9. Six ways to serve Laws whiskeyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Colorado Springs Independent

    This past Sunday at Bonny and Read , I co-judged the A.D. Laws Cocktail Competition , largely organized by Wobbly Olive proprietor Sean Fitzgerald . Beyond building community and camaraderie amongst local mixologists, the event served to highlight the very fine whiskey product.

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  10. Things to do in Milwaukee: Summerfest's best bets, Tonkotsu...Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune

    ... Sunday. Let the spirits move you It's not all about beer here. Great Lakes Distillery churns out small batches of whiskey, gin, vodka and other spirits - including an herbal-style absinthe made from a 19th-century recipe that includes anise, fennel ...

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  11. Sterling slump means costlier commodities for the BritishRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Buenos Aires Herald

    The collapse in the pound since UK voters chose to quit the European Union means more expensive imports of oil, natural gas and industrial metals, although some farmers and distillers may have cause to celebrate. Global commodities, mostly denominated in dollars, had already entered a bull market this year as supply disruptions and production cuts whittled away the surpluses that caused the biggest price collapse in a generation.

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  12. Craft brings spirits sector full circle - Interview, William Grant &...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2015 | Just-Drinks.com

    In the second part of this week's just-drinks interview, William Grant & Sons' chief commercial officer, Simon Hunt, discusses the growing role played by craft spirits, the group's core markets and future targets, and the thinking that allowed The Glenlivet to overtake Glenfiddich as the world's biggest-selling single malt Scotch whisky brand. One of the fail-safe questions to put to a spirits company representative has been about category gaps.

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  13. Jack Daniel's wants you to know about Nearis Green, the slave behind the world's best-selling whiskeyRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    ... is a good chance you have never heard of him. But you have heard of his protege, Jasper Daniel - or, at least, the whiskey that bears his nickname Jack. Had a young Daniel not been taught by Green, a master distiller, Jack Daniel's in all likelihood ...

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  14. Jack Daniels Marks 150 Years With Global Barrel HuntRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | MediaPost

    As part of its 150th anniversary celebrations, on July 1, Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey will launch a global hunt designed to unite "Friends of Jack" across the world. The campaign, created with Arnold Worldwide, will have fans searching for 150 authentic, handcrafted whiskey barrels in more than 50 countries over three months.

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  15. Sealing family ties with dripping red waxRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Richmond County Daily Journal

    ... whisky would need a tax preference to survive in competition with Kentucky bourbon." He continued, "All bourbon is whiskey, but not all whiskey is bourbon. Whiskey, like other distilled spirits, begins as a fermentable mash, composed of water and ...

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  16. German Gonzalez brings his unique tequila for a tasting at Red Mesa CantinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Petersburg Times

    He wears a white brimmed hat with a black band, his gracious good manners either hereditary or the result of many years promoting his family's Chinaco tequila and then his own super-premium brand, T1. With his likeness on swizzle sticks jutting from cocktails containing his "Selecto" married with cantaloupe and carrot purees, German Gonzalez surveys the crowd at Red Mesa Cantina.

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  17. Your Local Craft Whiskey Is From CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TheDailyBeast.com

    A number of craft American whiskey brands are bottling and selling straight rye whiskies they've bought across the border. You may never look at Canadian whiskey the same, eh? If you've been reading that your favorite "craft" whiskey isn't really made by those bearded hipster guys down at the Oh-So-Local Distillery, but instead comes from a huge distillery in Indiana called MGP a well, it ain't necessarily so.

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  18. Slave who taught Jack Daniel to make whiskey finally creditedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    The makers of Jack Daniel's, America's favourite whiskey, have admitted for the first time that a Tennessee slave was behind its fabled recipe. For 150 years, credit for teaching the young Jack Daniel how to distil had gone to the Rev Dan Call, a Lutheran preacher in Lynchburg.

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  19. Can whisky derived feed help Scottish salmon sector swim with sustainability tide?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BeverageDaily

    A Scottish start-up, Horizon Proteins, is collaborating with the country's malt whisky industry to produce a sustainable locally produced salmon feed ingredient, and reduce dependence on imported feed proteins. The researchers are using a co-product derived from the production of that type of whisky.

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  20. After 150 years, Jack Daniels finally credits slave with whiskey recipeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    The makers of Jack Daniel's, the US' favourite whiskey, have admitted for the first time that a Tennessee slave was behind its fabled recipe. For 150 years, credit for teaching the young Jack Daniel how to distil had gone to the Rev Dan Call, a Lutheran preacher in Lynchburg.

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