One Crucial Step You Can’t Skip When Making A Martini

Francois Thibault, the cellar master of Grey Goose vodka, on how to master the vodka martini.


I Spent 49 Straight Hours Inside Trump’s Washington Hotel. Here’s What I Saw

The Trump International Hotel in Washington is the perfect symbol of Trump’s presidency.


Jay-Z to release new A2 Champagne at $850 a pop

Armand de Brignac’s Blanc de Noirs Assemblage Two, aka A2, from the centuries-old house owned by the rapper Jay-Z will hit the market on April 18 and accoring to Bloomberg it’s even pricier than its predecessor.


Stoli Vodka Maker Adds Ceo From Moet Hennessy To Burnish Brand

SPI Group, the company behind Stolichnaya vodka, has named Moet Hennessy veteran Hugues Pietrini to lead its spirits business, as the company broadens its range of liquor brands.


Coca-cola Replaces Pepsi As Mlb Sponsor, Will Focus On Tech

Coca-Cola Co. will replace PepsiCo Inc. as the official soft drink of Major League Baseball, aiming to use digital apps and social media to get more sway from the endorsement deal.


London Gets Giant Coffee Cups to Recycle 7 Million Small Ones

London is installing giant yellow bins in the shape of coffee cups, aiming to persuade consumers to recycle as many as 7 million hot-drink containers a year that otherwise end up in landfill.


Can The Man Behind Fireball Do It Again With Tequila?

Entrepreneur Richard Pomes has more at stake with a new tequila brand.


South Africa Gets A Boost From Craft Gin

A growing taste for premium spirits among an emerging South African middle class has spurred an explosion in boutique gin producers who are using unique local ingredients to flavor their drinks.

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Real Cork Is Fighting Back Against Screwcaps

When divers salvaged 162 bottles of champagne from a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea in 2010, taking a sip when they reached the surface, they were surprised to discover how well the bubbly had aged after almost two centuries under water.


Working Women in Japan Are Drinking More Wine Than Ever

Japan’s swelling ranks of working women have grape growers 10,000 miles away cheering.

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