Saturday is National Rum Day, which means you've got a whole lotta celebrating to do. So where do you begin to commemorate America's first spirit? How about by swapping out your traditional bloody mary for a Jerry Mary. Allow us to explain. You see, there was this navy man named Norman Collins, who ... More >>
Ancho Reyes Chile Liquor, a distinctly different type of spirits, will be making its debut in the Miami market for the first time on March 10, according to William Grant and Sons Distillers, the Scottish distillery responsible for brands such as Sailor Jerry rum, Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whisk ... More >>
A juicy buffalo tenderloin with chili-espresso mole butter from Meat Market. If you prefer giving back while enjoying the finer things in life, you're in luck. This week the United Way will host its 16th annual Miami Wine & Food Festival, featuring flowing wine and whiskey and tons of fantast ... More >>
A bird's-eye view of the Taste & Toast event at last year's festivalSure, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival gets all the foodie shine in February. And certainly, that festival is unparalleled in its opportunities for hobnobbing while overindulging. But when it ends, it leaves a dry hus ... More >>
It isn't often that we New Timesers get a bottle of $200 whiskey in the mail. We did, not long ago, thanks to the folks at Canadian Club, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year with the release of a primo 30-year-old, 80-proof, white-oak-barrel-aged blended whiskey retailing for a cool ... More >>
New Times was graciously invited to an evening of pampering and boozing last night courtesy of the Ritz-Cartlon Fort Lauderdale's (semi) new and much improved wine bar. And it went.... well, how do you think it went? We were pampered. We were boozed. It was an all around lovely evening, and I would ... More >>
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