Although London dry gins will never go out of style, the growing ranks of “New American” or “New Western” gins have made strong strides.
From a David Beckham-backed Scotch to a luchador-inspired Tequila, these elixirs nod to your love of the game.
Spirits Editor Kara Newman gives you her picks for top shelf potato and Scandinavian vodkas to try now.
Long scoffed-at as too sweet, ridiculously potent or just flat-out bad, several ’70s-era cocktails are now being revived (and seriously upgraded) by the best bartenders on the planet.
Apple-based spirits, from France’s Calvados to all-American applejack, make the ultimate autumnal sippers.
Single-malt Scotch remains a distiller's pièce de résistance in a portfolio.
Beer's distinct flavors contribute a deliciously unexpected addition to these recipes from leading chefs.
Wine Enthusiast's Spirits Editor thought acing a cocktail competition would be easy. She was wrong.
Blends don't have to be boring.
These bottles get a bad rap, but some offer complex flavors, generating the same joyful enthusiasm once reserved for a prize Halloween candy haul.
Why that little cube (or sphere, or pellet, or fleck) matters.
Here’s your cheat sheet to the country's most-imbibed booze.