Kottabos Is A Wild Ancient Greek Drinking Game That Required Throwing Wine


SPILLING RED WINE MAY BE the ultimate party foul, especially if it lands on the host’s couch or carpet. But for the ancient Greeks, a party wasn’t good unless the wine flowed freely.

 

How America Fell In Love With Vodka


The “white whiskey” traded on its tastelessness.

 

Why All Beer Once Tasted Like Smoke


TODAY’S BREWERS CAN ADD ANY number of flavors to their beers.

 

How Fanta Was Created For Nazi Germany


The soda was made from apple fibers and a cheese by-product.

 

A Giant Cucumber-slicing Vehicle Is Garnishing Cocktails Across America


Take an unusual journey aboard Hendrick’s Grand Garnisher.

 

The History of the Cocktail Party


GREAT COCKTAILS GO HAND IN hand with great stories. There are legends about the creation of the Sazerac, the Ramos Gin Fizz, even the Manhattan.

 
 
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