We spirits-lovers have never had it so good. We are in the midst of an apparently unstoppable gin revolution and on the cusp of what I predict to be a similarly irresistible rum revival. Sales of fine whiskey, cognac, tequila and vodka are also soaring, craft distilleries are popping up all over the place and our collective thirst for classic and quirky cocktails shows no sign at all of abating.
(CNN) British people get drunk more than any other nationality, according to a new global survey.
The results of the 2019 Global Drug Survey, published Thursday, revealed that British respondents get drunk more times per year than people from anywhere else.Adam Winstock, an addiction psychiatrist and founder of the Global Drug Survey, said British respondents are drinking too much, too often, regarding getting drunk as the point of a night out as opposed to enhancing the evening.
All your questions about booze and diet—answered!
When the weather is warm, not much makes me happier than firing up our outdoor pizza oven with a cold craft IPA in hand. A registered dietitian drinking a high-carb, gluten-filled liquid appetizer followed by a few slices of carb- and gluten-containing pizza? Yessir.
I also enjoy a nice glass of red wine, a tumbler of Kentucky bourbon, or a kombucha cocktail because I like the taste.
From the central belt to Speyside and beyond, we take a look at the best whisky bars from around Scotland, just in time for World Whisky Day on 18 May.
When we think of summer spirits, our thoughts tend to take us to rum, tequila, vodka, and gin. But there’s one more spirit on the market that’s perfect for summer mixing (and sipping) — white whiskey. If you’ve never heard of white whiskey, you might know it by its other moniker, moonshine.
For a category that seemed to be on its last legs 20 years ago, the resurrection of Bourbon has been nothing short of staggering.
New brands appearing, old brands revived, classics reaching crazy prices – there’s always something going on with Bourbon and the thirst for it looks unquenchable, especially in its home market.