Articles Tagged: Liqueurs

DonQ Rum Punch

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Tomorrow is National Rum Day, s if you’re looking to kick back a few drinks after work tomorrow, you’re in luck as National Rum Day encourages us to celebrate the spirit made from cane sugar. To help on your quest to raise a glass, DonQ Rum has two rum punch recipes that will transport you to the beaches of Puerto Rico in no time.

For novices or those in a hurry, we have a basic … Read more

Mama Walker’s Breakfast Inspired Liqueurs Review

post iconNew from Pernod Ricard comes Mama Walker’s, a new line of breakfast inspired liqueurs. …Read More

Irish Mist Coffee

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The Co-Op

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Winter Wonderland

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La Poire Golden Harvest

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Winter Cherry Punch

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DOTW Talks to Pür Spirits

post iconA few weeks ago, DOTW sat down with Kiki Braverman, an amazing woman from the deepest of rural Bavaria. She’s reviving old European distilling traditions and importing her products to the U.S. under the name Pür Spirits. …Read More

Drambuie Review

post iconAccording to lore, Drambuie is fit for a King. In fact, it was allegedly invented by a Prince of Scotland who would have been King of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland if his insurrection has succeeded. We are speaking of Prince Charles Stuart, whose lineage included many of the Kings of Scotland and a few in England after the two countries united under James Stuart in 1603. In 1745, Charles sailed to Scotland and with the aid of the Scottish Highlanders, a fierce bunch of men, began their quest to retake Scotland for a “Scottish King”. During this period, there was much strife in England and Scotland. In Scotland, it was the Highlanders versus the Lowlanders, who had benefited the most from the merger of England and Scotland. The Highlanders wanted to be left alone with their Scotch and were no fans of the heavy taxes levied on their fine beverage. …Read More

Spring Melon

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