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    1. Bourbon Apple Glazed Chicken Wings

      Ingredients:2 lbs chicken wings, trimmed1 cup Maker’s Mark Bourbon1 can frozen apple juice concentrate, thawed (12 ounces)½ cup soy sauce¼ cup cider vinegar¼ cup dark brown sugar4 large cloves garlic, minced1 teaspoon salt¼ teaspoon crushed red pepper1 tablespoon maple syrup  Directions:Combine all of the ingredients in a medium pot. Bring to boil on high heat and then ...Read More

    2. Suck & Blow

      The perfect Valentine's treat! The Suck & Blow is a fun new way for people to share jello shots. Invented by Doug Hamer of South Carolina, the S&B, as it is known, is a jello shot encased in a six inch tube. What results is unabated, sexy fun. Two drinkers suck and blow to get the ...Read More

    3. Kirkland Premium Small Batch Bourbon, Aged 7 Years Review

      On a recent outing to Costco, we ran across a new item, the Kirkland Premium Small Batch Bourbon. You might be thinking, really, Costco is making bourbon now? Well, Costco isn't really making bourbon; they sourced it from one of the distilleries and private labelled it. Given the price at $19.99, I was game to ...Read More

    4. What's the difference between a cream liqueur and a crème liqueur?

      Sometimes it seems to take a special dictionary to navigate the cocktail world. For instance, while it is true that crème is the French word for cream, a crème liqueur and a cream liqueur are not the same. Cream liqueurs, such as Baileys or Carolans Irish cream, contain dairy cream. Crème liqueurs, such as crème de ...Read More

    5. D'usse Cognac VSOP Review

      D'usse Cognac VSOP is the lastest offering from Bacardi's Chateau de Cognac, the Cognac house that produces Baron Otard.  This is not your ordinary bottle of Cognac.  It's producers have gone for a completely different look on the bottle.  It's a bit gothic, a bit midieval with a double cross on a squat bottle with ...Read More