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If You Like Chicory Iced Coffee, Try St. George NOLA Coffee Liqueur

Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

It's made with Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee beans roasted by Jewel Box Coffee in Oakland and ground in the distillery's grain mill. Chicory and Madagascar vanilla add a sweet and earthy flavor to the mellow, smooth liqueur, bringing it right in line, flavor-wise, with the Blue Bottle potion. More

Is Barrel Aged Gin a Good Idea?

Spirit Reviews Maggie Hoffman 9 comments

We're used to it with tequila, we're used to it with rum: spirits that are delicious on their own can be transformed into something even more delicious with a little barrel aging. So I guess we shouldn't be surprised that barrel aged gin is on the rise. But is putting gin in barrels a good idea? More

What Are You Drinking, Lance Winters?

What Are You Drinking? Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

Master distiller Lance Winters produces delicious small-batch gin, absinthe, whiskey, rum, and more at St. George Spirits in Alameda, CA. We recently chatted with Winters about what he's drinking, how he got started in the distilling business, where craft distilling is going in the US, and a few fun projects he's releasing soon. More

Put This in Your Cuba Libre: St. George California Agricole Rum

Spirit Reviews Maggie Hoffman 2 comments

This rum, made from fresh California-grown sugarcane juice, makes one of the best Cuba Libres I've ever tried. More

San Francisco: 5 Great Cocktails Featuring Local Spirits

Where to Drink: San Francisco Lauren Sloss Post a comment

From an Old Fashioned featuring locally made rye-based gin to a sweet and spicy tiki-inspired concoction made with San Francisco-aged bourbon, we were struck by how each spirit was given space to truly shine. With booze this good, sometimes simple drinks are best. Here are five of our favorites to sip right now. More

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