Two kinds of the premium tequila are now certified for Passover consumption.Read More
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A fruit-infused shrub is great alone, in soda water, or with liquor.Read More
These cocktails are deceptively easy to prepare for the mitzvah of celebrating the festivities.Read More
Autumn produce is rich and warm, so seasonal cocktails are always a bit more flavorful.Read More
Liven the high holidays with a spruce of seasonal cocktails.
Distilleries and breweries provide plenty of options for a flavorful bonding with your father.Read More
You can drink these cocktails with your father, let him enjoy them in peace or sip them during a call home.
Spring's flavors combine with dairy, berries, and more for a seasonal celebration.Read More
There’s no holiday on the Jewish calendar more associated with consuming alcohol than Purim.Read More
Georgia's own Richland Rum is officially kosher certified from the Atlanta Kashruth Commission.Read More
Five local Atlanta/Georgia brews to try while you watch the big game.Read More
No matter how grand my plans are, something always falls by the wayside as the party approaches. That's why I love this punch.Read More
The difference between a good Thanksgiving and a great Thanksgiving lies in the details.Read More
Thanksgiving is a time to gather around the the table with family and friends and enjoy great cocktails!Read More
A day trip to America's only single estate rum distillery and its sugar cane fields.Read More
No matter how or why you observe Sukkot, everyone can enjoy a great cocktail as they celebrate the season. Here are four autumn-ready cocktails that are great for a night of entertaining.Read More
As the sun sets and the year begins with the observance of Rosh Hashanah, families across the Jewish world will sit down to enjoy food, family and companionship. These times together help us prepare for powerful spiritual experiences at our synagogues and in our communities.Read More
The spring festival kicks off with family and friends gathering around the table for a seder dinner to celebrate the Israelites’ freedom from slavery with readings, traditional foods and plenty of drinking; four glasses of wine to be exact.Read More