Welcome to Imbibe Magazine's between-issues look at liquid culture with drink recipes, news and more. From coffee to cocktails, Imbibe celebrates your world in a glass.
Friday, April 18, 2014
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Friday, April 11, 2014
Wednesday, April 09, 2014
What Russia’s annexation of
southern Ukraine means for Crimean wines. Time
Tuesday, April 08, 2014
|Photo: Katie Burnett|
Rye whiskey and Bénédictine are brightened with a generous squeeze of fresh lemon juice in this classic cocktail.
California Bubble Bath
Bourbon, lemon juice and a bit of bitter Cynar get a floral lift from an easy-to-make lavender syrup.
Muddled cucumber and a pinch of cilantro freshen up this frosty mix of tequila, lemon and dry vermouth.
This heady, exotic mixture of peach brandy, maraschino liqueur, honey, lemon juice and rosewater is enough to sway even the strictest of teetotalers.
The Summer Rose
Fresh, floral and light, this rosy sipper gets its blush from a dose of fresh blueberries.
This classic cocktail is a relative of the Whiskey Sour and thought to have been invented at Boston's Locke-Ober Café in 1898.
Friday, April 04, 2014
Thursday, April 03, 2014
|Photo: Courtesy Speed Rack|
Speed Rack—the fast-paced, lady-driven bartending competition that raises money for breast cancer awareness and research—continues its cross-country tour with a stop this Sunday in Kansas City, Missouri. But before the next round of bartenderesses get shaking to vie for their spot in the finals, we thought we’d check in with last year’s winner, Ms. Speed Rack 2013, Eryn Reece, on five of her favorite cocktails from the competition. “Speed Rack made me quick to think on my feet,” Reece says, “and there are only so many drinks that one can know! There were five essentially old and unworked recipes that made me a little nervous, but after playing around a bit, I found balance for the modern palate that I really love.”
Wednesday, April 02, 2014
A winery in Mexico made
mostly of upcycled trash. NPR