The videos return with a trip to Rome to explore Italy’s famously epic aperitivo happy hours. For more about drinking in Italy and the rest of the world, pre-order my new book, The Drinkable Globe!
Italy may have some of the world’s most iconic amaro brands, but Dodge City, Kansas-based Boot Hill Distillery is hoping to prove that a bitter liqueur straight out of the American West can more than hold its own against its European counterparts.
Giuseppe Gallo, founder & director of Italspirits Ltd., introduces America to Italicus, the Italian bergamot-forward liqueur.
New York’s Aligned Beverage Solutions announced that it is the new U.S.-based marketing rep for Moskovksaya Russian Vodka and Latvia’s Riga Black Balsam. So why does this matter?
A few years back, Odell Brewing released Fernet-Aged Porter, a chocolatey, coffee-like brew aged in barrels that once held fernet produced by Denver’s Leopold Bros. Distillery. Now, Chicago’s Forbidden Root restaurant and brewery, known for “botanic beers,” has taken that concept a step further and developed a brew using ingredients based on the flavor profile of the famous…