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Exploring the Many Faces of Chartreuse

Lizz Schumer 3 comments

We sat down with Tim Master, director of specialty spirits for the U.S. distributor, Frederick Wildman and Sons, to find out what the monks would say about the spirit and more specifically, why so many people are drinking it today. More

How to Make the Norwegian Wood From Clyde Common at Home

Lizz Schumer 1 comment

Aquavit is not known for playing well with others. The Scandinavian liquor is flavored with caraway, anise, and fennel, among other herbs, and tastes a tad medicinal by itself. So Jeffrey Morgenthaler of Clyde Common had his work cut out for him when he was asked to create a drink using the spirit, but as always, he rose to the challenge. More

Favorite Brunch Drinks: How to Make The Blur from Nopa in San Francisco

Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

There's more to morning sparkling wine than the standard peach or OJ mixer. This eye-opening drink from Nopa in San Francisco features herbal Green Chartreuse and fresh lime juice. More

Beyond Green Beer: 5 Great Chartreuse Cocktails for St. Patrick's Day

Cocktail 101 Michael Dietsch 6 comments

Today's drinks feature the lushly herbal Chartreuse in all its emerald glory. So leave your "Kiss Me I'm Irish" button in your junk drawer where it belongs and celebrate another way. More

Tequila Thursday: The Yellow Jacket

The Serious Eats Team Post a comment

If your yearly tequila intake is limited to slushy-machine margaritas or shots gulped at loud parties, you haven't even begun to experience what this spirit has to offer. So your loyal Drinks team has decided to dig up a delicious tequila cocktail recipe every Thursday for you to try. More

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