It will be time, soon, to put away your hot toddies and marshmallow-puff coats, stash your gloves and cocoa and drink your first drink of spring. And when you toast the new season, I propose a new bottle: a bitter wine-based aperitif that's been made by the same Italian family for generations, but arrived on American shelves just last summer.
Cocktails and Spirits
There seem to be two camps when it comes to Irish whiskey: those who absolutely love it, and those who don't. But this drink might just please everyone, and it's a great way to bring some Emerald Isle authenticity to your St. Patrick's Day party.
Customers who want "a gin drink... No, maybe whiskey... No, you decide." The drinker who won't leave his neighbor alone. The drinker who's just had one (or five) too many.