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  • David Wyld
    Published 4 months ago
    4 Steps for Perfecting the Classic Martini

    4 Steps for Perfecting the Classic Martini

    With all its many styles, variations and forms, the martini continues to be a mainstay among Americans. In fact, the wildly popular martini is the second best-selling cocktail nationwide, according to Nielsen.
  • Duncan Ainsworth
    Published 5 months ago
    Homebrew Mead

    Homebrew Mead

    So recently I wrote about my experiences with making mead and experiencing with different flavour combinations, so now I figured I would share my process of how I made it.
  • Ashley Beatty-Pernetti
    Published 6 months ago
    5 Must-Try Boozy Concoctions

    5 Must-Try Boozy Concoctions

    It’s no doubt that those of us who enjoy our alcoholic beverages may have increased our consumption during the COVID-19 outbreak. Only a little bit though, right? You’re fine. I’m fine. We’re all fine.
  • Writers Room
    Published 8 months ago
    How to make an English Iced Rose Tea Champagne Spritzer

    How to make an English Iced Rose Tea Champagne Spritzer

    Story researched and Developed by The Writers Room for FIN Media exclusively on Vocal
  • George Swagger
    Published 8 months ago
    Alcohol Pairing Tips From Experts

    Alcohol Pairing Tips From Experts

    Planning to host a dinner party soon? Impress your guests by delivering a great dining experience through impeccable alcohol pairing. Alcohol pairing is a skill that can be learned by simply combining good tastes. When you carefully curate your alcohol pairing, you are also enhancing the taste of the alcohol, as well as the food and cigar collection that you paired it with.
  • Kat L'Esperance
    Published 9 months ago
    Top College Mixed Drinks

    Top College Mixed Drinks

    College is the time for experimenting. You’re still young. You’re going to be introduced to many different views and walks of life. Everything you learned (history, science, how a class functions even) before is going to be questions and you're going to like it. Your liver is fresh and hangovers are cure easily with a plate of tator tots. Cheesy eggs if you’re feeling fancy. That being said, please drink responsibly.
  • Tricia Moceo
    Published about a year ago
    4 Tips to Staying Sober in the Workplace

    4 Tips to Staying Sober in the Workplace

    Employment is a necessity for most people and can also be very challenging. For individuals in recovery, it can be difficult to maintain sobriety in the workplace.
  • CosCom Writers
    Published about a year ago
    Practice How to Drink Water to Prevent a Hangover

    Practice How to Drink Water to Prevent a Hangover

    You will have more chances to drink alcohol during the New Year's party and the year-end party season. Too many people may have experienced headaches or nausea after drinking too much.
  • Morgan E. Westling
    Published about a year ago
    How to Make a Watermelon Keg

    How to Make a Watermelon Keg

    Making a watermelon keg may seem like a rather peculiar thing to do; however, a watermelon keg can be used for a wide variety of refreshing summer vodka and gin cocktails, and it is a great addition to any garden party or celebration. It is also a simple task, and inside of your watermelon keg, you can include a variety of easy cocktails to enjoy on a summer day. If you’re wondering how to make a watermelon keg, look no further, because we’ll explain everything you need to know below.
  • Alyssa Day
    Published about a year ago
    How to Drink But Not Get Drunk
  • Alyssa Day
    Published about a year ago
    Husband Prefers Strong Beer
  • Tobias Gillot
    Published 2 years ago
    5 of the Best Alcohols for Cooking and How to Use Each One

    5 of the Best Alcohols for Cooking and How to Use Each One

    We have all sought to impress on one occasion or another. Whether you are looking for something new on a date or run a restaurant and want to update your menu with a little flair that will grab the customer’s attention, the addition of alcohol as a cooking ingredient is sure to excite. Cooking with alcohol can be a tricky proposition, however, first of all, most home cooks will tell you that alcohol-infused meats or sauces retain the natural flavors while burning off the alcohol, this isn’t entirely true, and should be kept in mind when adding a dose of your favorite beverage into the mix.