Articles Tagged: Review

Social Kitchen & Brewery

post iconSan Francisco has a lot to offer in terms of food and drink with almost every street in the city’s 49-square miles filled with restaurants and bars. The best part? Some of those bars are breweries, too! …Read More

Camus XO Borderies Review

post iconCamus has been a family business since 1863, controlling everything from the growing of grapes to the distillation of the Cognac. Camus is also famous for having it’s vineyards in Borderies, one of the smallest growing areas in Cognac, known for imparting floral and nutty aromas and flavors. …Read More

Godiva Chocolate Vodka Review

post iconThe great thing about the Godiva Chocolate Vodka is that the chocolate and the Vodka come combined. This means that making a chocolate martini couldn’t be easier or more chocolatey. I mean, you can chill the Godiva Chocolate Vodka and serve it up in a martini glass. What could be easier. …Read More

Wild Turkey Rare Breed Bourbon Review

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Another offering from the folks at Wild Turkey, who never cease to surprise us. At this point, Wild Turkey is truly an American icon. And we love the story on how this bourbon got its name—a turkey hunting trip that one of its marketing executives went on and took samples. The next year, the friends asked for some of that “wild turkey.” It’s a great story!

Wild Turkey has a Rare Breed society for bourbon … Read more

Wild Turkey American Honey Liqueur Review

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A relatively recent offering from Wild Turkey, it’s the sweeter, honied side of turkey. Actually, Wild Turkey American Honey is a blend of Wild Turkey and honey liqueur with the honey liqueur being added just before bottling. It tames the Wild Turkey but not completely. I wish that I had more to tell you about the history of the American Honey but I have searched high and low and there is nothing much out there … Read more