Eric Felten writes at the Examiner: Campaigns and cocktails used to go hand in hand. Indeed, the first description of a cocktail came in the context of a contest for the New York state legislature. “Rum! Rum! Rum!” shouted a
The Dicovery Channel will show the film titled “The Man Who Walked Around the World.” You can see the trailer for the film above and read more about it at https://themanwho.film/en. Kevin Kosar, the editor of AlcoholReviews.com and author of
A new documentary on the history of Johnnie Walker is coming in November. It will be shown on the Discovery channel. I’m pleased to report I am in it.
This cocktail was named for President William McKinley. It is a variation on the Manhattan. You will need rye, sweet vermouth, cherry liqueuer, absinthe, and a lemon peel. Watch here for instructions, which I gave to the White House Historical
The other week, I spoke live with Jarrett Dieterle about his new book, Give Me Liberty and Give me a Drink! What follows below is a transcript of our conversation, edited and shortened for your reading ease. AlcoholReviews.com: So you’ve
By Kevin R. Kosar Whiskey, as any enlistee will tell you, is popular among America’s fighting forces. Military installations’ drinks shops (“Class 6” stores) are stocked with a galaxy of intoxicating drinks — beer, spirits, wines — but whiskey is