Our columnist makes the case for fixing the ratio of the classic whiskey-and-beer Boilermaker.
After digging through 80 years of newspaper stories, our columnist has finally figured out who created the classic tiki cocktail the Scorpion Bowl.
We explore the bars in the Panama Canal Zone that were frequented by American servicemen before World War II.
A meditation on the art and science of mixing the perfect Daiquiri.
Read the last chapter of the fascinating history of Nola’s Old Absinthe House and find out about its recent renovation.
By hook or by crook, the French Quarter’s famed Old Absinthe House was able to survive the Great Depression and Prohibition.
This potent drink shares its name with a Georgia artillery unit that was formed in 1786.
It took a century, but the Negroni cocktail has finally become a sensation in the United States.
The traditional French aperitif Suze is finally widely available in the U.S. We delve into the history of the gentian liqueur to figure out how to best enjoy it.
The skill and experience of bartending is, contrary to popular belief, excellent training to be a politician.