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Pernod vs Absinthe

Even though Pernod and Absinthe are often used interchangeably in cocktail recipes, the two are not the same. But where's the difference? And why the confusion?

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Pisco - a complete guide to the South American liquor

When it comes to liquor, Pisco is one of the most successful exports from South America. Still, many don't know what Pisco actually is. It's about time to change that.

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Korn: The traditional Grain Liquor from Germany

Korn is a grain-based spirit from Germany similar to Vodka. For a long time, it had a pretty bad reputation, but in recent years it has become more popular. And there's a lot more to come.

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8 traditional Mexican Spirits

Mexican spirits are among the most popular in the world, with Tequila still being the most famous. But there's a lot more to discover. From smoky Mezcal to floral Charanda, here's a list of all traditional Mexican spirits.

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The 7 Best Poitín to try in 2022

Irish Poitín is an ancient spirit with a long history. After being declared illegal for more than 300 years, it recently celebrated a huge comeback. Here are the seven best bottles available out there in 2022.

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Flor del Desierto Sotol

The Flor del Desierto Sotol brand was founded by a group of friends with a great passion for Sotol. And their starting point is rather unique.

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What is Poitín? The Irish Moonshine explained

Learn everything you need to know about Poitín, the Irish spirit with a Gaelic name. Why it was illegal and why Poitín is currently experiencing a comeback.

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Los Magos Sotol - Spirit from the Mexican desert

In March 2021, Los Magos announced the launch of their award-winning Sotol Blanco. In 2022 they plan their next big release.

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Hacienda de Chihuahua Sotol

Hacienda de Chihuahua Sotol is a spirit from a traditional Mexican distillery located in the city center of Chihuahua. The Hacienda was the first company to bring Sotol across the borders of Mexico into the US and brought international awareness to the spirit.

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Desert Door Distillery

Desert Door Distillery opened its doors in November 2017 and has set out to bring the seriously underrepresented Mexican spirit Sotol to the United States and beyond.

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