Pox is a unique Mayan spirit created by the Tzotzil Mayans in Chiapas. With Tequila and Mezcal being on top of the list, Pox is one of the lesser-known spirits from Mexico. Even Sotol is more popular than this ancient
Vodka is amongst the most popular types of spirits for decades. It's one of the spirits you should always have in stock at your home bar to make some fancy cocktails. Vodka is such an excellent liquor for making cocktails
Absinthe is a very high-proof, herbal spirit. It's often nicknamed "La Fée Verte" - in English "The Green Fairy." People had many prejudices against Absinthe, and it is one of the most misunderstood spirits, so to say. Many countries banned
Scotch Whiskey is a distilled spirit from Scotland. It is made of malted barley and other grains. A Whiskey has to be produced in Scotland to be named a Scotch. Many alcoholic beverages contain a lot of calories, but Scotch
These days, there are countless Gins on the market, and there's a perfect fit for everyone. But alongside all those new and very inspiring creations, there are also some long-established brands. Two of them are Tanqueray Gin and Beefeater Gin. Both
Created in the heart of Berlin, Elixier Gin is a Gin unlike any other you had before. It comes in a flat, angular, and somewhat whimsical bottle. And the old-school label reminds me of fairs and circus from the 1920s.
Summer arrives and, just in time, Elephant launched a new and fresh Gin Creation - the Elephant Orange Cocoa Gin. Based on their award-winning London Dry Gin, this Gin perfectly blends fresh orange flavor with notes of roasted cocoa beans.
Based on a recipe of Jacobus "Bobby" Alfons, Bobby's Gin is inspired by two worlds. Bobby, born and raised in Indonesia, grew up with the vibrant spices typical for South-East Asia. When he fell in love with Genever, he started
If you enjoy good Whiskey regularly, you might be familiar with the term dram. "Dramming" is the act of drinking whiskey "by the dram". The term itself originates from Scotland and is a synonym for "one serving of whiskey." However,