New Orleanian cocktail culture is defined, in part, by a devout love of anise liqueurs. Although the precise liqueur of choice has fluctuated over the years as different cocktails popularized — the love of anise's distinct flavor remains the same.
As we celebrate Women's History Month, here's a look at five bars that were fundamental to women claiming their rightful equality — both as women who wanted their turn behind the bar and women who wanted to be served.
Streets flooded with molasses may sound like the set up for an old timey horror flick, but in 1919, it really happened. But wait – what in the world were over two million gallons of molasses doing in the middle of Boston?
Clarified milk punch may seem like a product of the cocktail revolution, but it actually predates our modern drinks scene by centuries. Find out how this OG cocktail is being updated across the country.
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