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Five Cocktails That Define Right Now






A mix of the familiar (spicy Margarita) and farther flung (prickly pear sour), here are the drinks that capture the current zeitgeist.

What defines the current cocktail zeitgeist? After poring over dozens of drink lists from top bars across the country, we identified the ingredients that appear with the greatest frequency, and we then asked bartenders to explain why and how to use each. Prickly pear is represented by Navy Strength’s Del Estroibo, the avocado boom by Better Luck Tomorrow’s Avocado Margarita, and the expanding fruit map by Patagonian crab apple, which turns up in the Walking Papers at Cure. The always-craveable spicy-plus-agave template shows no signs of stopping with Grand Army’s Johnny Blaze, while cocktail mashups continue their takeover in drinks like Dante NYC’s Cosmojito.

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La Martiniquaise-Bardinet to distribute Eden Mill gins

Scottish distillery Eden Mill has signed a new distribution deal with French drinks group La Martiniquaise-Bardinet (LM-B Group).

The partnership will see LM-B Group take on the distribution rights for Eden Mill's gin portfolio to multiple UK grocers from this month.

The St Andrews-based distillery hopes the new deal will increase the presence of its products in supermarkets and other off-trade venues across the UK. The development comes after a recent increase to capacity at Eden Mill's bottling and distribution hub in Glasgow.

Under the new deal LM-B Group will be promoting and distributing Eden Mill's gin, liqueurs and RTDs, including a repositioning of its Love Gin, which will be available for the first time to off-trade in a 70cl format.

Matthew Miller, head of sales for Eden Mill, said: "We are delighted to announce our partnership with La Martiniquaise, a group well known and respected for its unparalleled relationships with UK multiple retailers.

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What Defines the Cocktail Zeitgeist?

Is it possible to outline the zeitgeist of the current moment in cocktail history? We tried.

By poring over several dozen drink lists from top bars across the country and compiling a record of recurring trends, PUNCH was able to gain a bird’s-eye view of the national cocktail scene. Last year saw the entire industry forced to adapt and rethink their business model in the form of to-go cocktails and a return to comforting classics, and today’s menus reflect the lingering effects of a year unlike any other. Several familiar elements remain—spicy Margaritas and Cosmos aren’t going anywhere—while trends like aperitiki (aperitivo meets tiki) signal a growing taste for cocktail mashups. Naturally, after more than a year of limited recipe development, bartenders are eager to showcase their experimental side, whether in the form of pepita orgeat, a dollop of mascarpone or even Jolly Ranchers. Here are five trends that stood out, and the drinks that best illustrate them.

Prickly Pear

“Prickly pear adds electricity to cocktails,” says Chris Elford, of Seattle’s tropical-inspired bar Navy Strength. “It’s so craveable, and of course the color is compelling.” The cactus-grown fruit lends a distinct, highlighter-bright hue to drinks, but also imparts a singular flavor reminiscent of strawberries, raspberries and watermelon. Seen in Elford’s “eminently crushable” Del Estroibo, the sour template is sweetened with a combination of prickly pear syrup with an added tang from citric acid.

Elsewhere, prickly pear teams up with similarly desert-born agave spirits. At The International Bar in Philadelphia, where staff draws upon global ingredients in their cocktails, it’s paired with blanco tequila, citrus and desert flora honey. Leaning into prickly pear’s more playful side at the Broken Shaker’s Los Angeles outpost, it’s coupled with Aperol in the Spritz Me Away, alongside blood orange and a frothy crown of cava.

Cocktail Mashups

For the past few years, the concept of the cocktail mashup has been picking up steam. In 2018, Washington, D.C.’s Columbia Room debuted an entire menu of mashups, featuring drinks like the Daiquiriac (Daiquiri Sazerac), The Last Cup (Last Word/Pimm’s Cup) and the Cosmogroni (Cosmo/Negroni), to name a few.

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BIG PEAT REVEALS “PEATRICHOR” LIMITED EDITION IN LINE WITH NEW MARKETING CAMPAIGN – Scotch Whisky News



BIG PEAT REVEALS “PEATRICHOR” LIMITED EDITION

IN LINE WITH NEW MARKETING CAMPAIGN

Big Peat, the award-winning Islay Malt Scotch Whisky brand from family-owned Douglas Laing & Co, today unveils “his” special bottling for Summer 2021: Big Peat “Peatrichor” Limited Edition.

Bottled at a natural cask strength of 53.8% alcohol, Big Peat’s latest bottling celebrates the Islay rainfall – after all, today’s rain is tomorrow’s Whisky! The word Peatrichor (or petrichor) describes the earthy scent produced with rain falls on dry earth / soil.

Packaged in a premium gift tube, the packaging depicts Big Peat himself in a yellow rain jacket as the heavens open on his island home of Islay. Just over 5,000 bottles of this special commemorative bottling are available globally. In line with the Big Peat philosophy, the new release is proudly offered without colouring or chill-filtration.

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The Singleton and chocolate tasting alert! at The Whisky Shop – Scotch Whisky News



May 20th, 2021

Virtual Whisky and Chocolate Tasting!
The Singleton x COCO Chocolatier

Whisky and chocolate lovers rejoice! We have the ultimate treat for you.

On Thursday 27th May at 19:30 GMT we will be hosting a virtual tasting led by Diageo Brand Ambassador Jo Last, where she will be guiding us through the core range of single malts from The Singleton – the 12, 15 and 18 Year Old expressions. These will be paired with indulgent chocolates from Edinburgh based COCO Chocolatier featuring their Orange and Rhubarb & Ginger Milk Chocolates.

Tickets are now live and cost £24.95pp. The perfect tasting for a sweet tooth – why not treat yourself (or a friend!) and join in?

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Return of a Massively Popular Collectible: Suntory Hibiki Harmony Japanese Whisky at K&L California – Japanese Whisky News


A Tightly Allocated Whisky That’s In Stock Now
Suntory “Hibiki Japanese Harmony” Japanese Whisky (750ml) ($74.99)
“Today, we…want to let everyone know it’s here. The trick is, with the insane popularity of all true Japanese whisky, it won’t be here for long.” — Andrew Whiteley, K&L Spirits Buyer

Our most recent allocation of one of the best buys on the market in Japanese Whisky has just landed. The Suntory “Hibiki Japanese Harmony” is always a hot item, considering its reputation as a go-to for many collectors. It also just happens to be one of the most compelling and versatile spirits in our shop. Our spirits buyer recently opened a bottle to taste, and he was “blown away by the richness in particular. The flavors are a delight…” It’s a no-brainer to load up now while it’s still available, as this whisky always sells out.

Suntory “Hibiki Japanese Harmony” Japanese Whisky (750ml) ($74.99)

Wine & Spirits: “You can’t be a Japanese whisky enthusiast without having noticed that there’s a shortage of the stuff. What once was readily available is now hard to find. What once was affordable now costs various bodily limbs. It is due to more than a fad. The best Japanese whisky is remarkable stuff, and none are better than the top single malts from Suntory, Yamazaki, Hakushu and the blended whisky Hibiki. Hibiki comes in 12-, 17- and 21-year-old expressions, but even the youngest of these is now allocated. Harmony, the newest release, carries no age statement, indicating that it contains younger whiskies than other bottlings. Nevertheless, this is a welcome concession, with Suntory’s classic sense of balance, nuance, and delicacy. *Best of 2015* (JM)” (11/2015)

Andrew Whiteley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: April 30, 2021

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Maltstock ‘May 2021 Newsletter’… Hello again! – Whisky News

We hope you all are managing to stay relaxed and healthy. I’m sure you all had your fair share of MS Teams and Google Meet sessions. Often with some very relaxed drams. I know we certainly did! But, let’s Zoom in on Maltstock!!

Will Maltstock 2021 go ahead as planned?

The short answer is: we don’t know yet. But… we are rather hopeful. So do pencil it in the dates 10-12 September.

Let us be very clear: Maltstock will only happen if it can be done in a safe way. The health of our guests and our crew is our number one priority. Also there will be no Maltstock if social distancing rules are still in place.

So why are we hopeful?

Things are slowly but surely improving. People are getting vaccinated. And if everyone at Maltstock has been vaccinated or has a negative test result, we should all be safe.  A vaccination passport will certainly help us. The question remains of course if the speed at which people are being vaccinated is high enough. But more should be clear on that in a month or two.

Of course, social distancing rules will have to be lifted as well before we can have a relaxed Maltstock. We just need to be a patient for a bit longer. We expect to be able to get back to you by the end of June.

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Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 387: Secret Speyside 31 Year Old 1989 Asta Morris – Scotch Whisky News

May 20th, 2021

Secret Speyside 31 Year Old 1989 Asta Morris

Mark Dermul, Belgian whisky blogger, tries a secret Speyside malt distilled in 1989. Asta Morris has finally released a new whisky, the first in 2021. It’s a belter! No less than 31 years of age and in new livery to boot. This Heritage is a Speyside malt from an undisclosed distillery. It can be found somewhat halfway between the Mackessack Park and the Rothes Golf Club. You do the math.

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Catering Mastermind and Mentorship Program Joins Education Revolution

Award Winning Author and Thirty Year Veteran Caterer Launches Virtual Catering Mentorship Course To Propel Caterers Into Post Covid Success

DENVER, COLORADO, USA, May 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- After three decades in thecatering and food service industry, Jerri Lee George, award-winning, bestselling author, adds to the menu of the world's Virtual Educational Revolution by dishing up her experience, expertise, tips and secrets on line! Ms. George owned and operated the franchise operation Wee-Bag-It Delivery Emporiums, breakfast and lunch caterer to the workplace; and companies by George! Catering in Boca Raton, FL and Upper Crust Catering in Denver, CO, making her extremely capable and keenly adept to help others.

Following a career-ending bout with Bacterial Meningitis in 2010, George, wrote CATER$AVVY "Secrets of the Trade Revealed" in an effort to teach others what she could no longer do. This how-to catering reference and guide book, launched as a bestseller and earned a gold award from the Colorado Independent Publishers Association in 2013. Consulting and writing, when Covid19 brought catering and food service to a halt internationally, she found her mission by creating a 5-day multiple module Mastermind and Mentorship course targeted to teach and assist start ups and those starting over. Not a culinary class or food prep tool, it covers the meat and potatoes of operation, management, staffing, pricing, and so on.

Ms. George is familiar with both adversity, and overcoming physical and emotional challenges and considers Covid 19 "a second act" for her. "Rising to success and acclaim not once, but twice in my career to only have it cut short by illness, forced me to face death, experience the unknown, live through business and income losses, and watching employees separated from their livelihood. I had to work hard to recover and start again. When Covid struck, it was hard to comprehend that the entire world was now facing what I had already lived through." Known all over the Denver area, she is proud of her strength and leans on her faith while jumping into the virtual world. Reaching out to those fearful of losing it all and yet coming back to revive and recover. She sees it as a calling.

Cater$avvy Mastermind and Mentorship Program begins Monday June 14, 2021 with a FREE two-day workshop which culminates in a coaching Q&A.
A list of "Top Proven Marketing Methods for Caterers" is also complimentary.

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Review: 2018 Aperture Cellars Sonoma County Red Blend

2018 Aperture Cellars Sonoma County Red Blend

Christopher Null May 19, 2021

This Alexander Valley wine is blended with Bordeaux firmly in mind, composed of 39% cabernet sauvignon, 33% merlot, 22% malbec, 3% cabernet franc, and 3% petit verdot. Though still young, it’s already drinking with finesse. Fairly tart up front with notes of cranberry and raspberry, the wine settles into a slightly sweeter groove featuring currants, vanilla, and dark chocolate — plus a hint of herbal basil that develops with time in glass. Silky on the tongue and gently floral on the finish, it’s a rarity that drinks beautifully on its own but also pairs well with a rich meal — and which has a few years of solid cellar time ahead of it to further develop its charms.

A- / $55 / aperture-cellars.com

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Trading water scarcity for sustainability

Water trading via a cap-and-trade model can be one way to use market signals to allocate resources, reduce scarcity, and enhance ecosystem sustainability.

UNITED STATES, May 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The United Nations defines water scarcity as a lack of availability due to the physical shortage, such as drought, or the failure of institutions and infrastructure to ensure a regular water supply. The UN World Water Development Report in 2020 reported, “four billion people currently experience severe physical water scarcity for at least one month per year, a situation that the climate crisis has exacerbated.” Water scarcity has devastating effects on public health, food security, economic development, education, community stability, and in some countries, safety for women and children.

The Paris Agreement’s aim to limit global warming to 1.5 Celsius above preindustrial levels could reduce water scarcity issues in some regions. However, even though water scarcity is linked to at least six UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the concept of water preservation is rarely documented in company climate target statements. Credit Suisse’s recently commented that the “reason why the issue of water scarcity has not received the necessary attention by the global community to date might be because water scarcity is perceived as more a local issue than climate change.”

Edward Barbier, the author of “The Water Paradox,” argues that water scarcity is primarily the result of inadequate water management practices where outed governance structures and inefficient pricing structures have resulted in overuse, undervaluation, and lack of innovative technology and ideas.

One response to the water scarcity issue is to cap water extraction to balance water availability between users (irrigation, farmers, industry) and the volume required to ensure the long-term health of the regional water source – ultimately to manage future scarcity. This model is often referred to as a cap-and-trade, where the government determines a cap on water availability and regulates how water rights can be traded.

Water trading benefits include the ability to buy and sell water rights on a temporary or permanent basis, the formation of a market-driven price for water, and the reallocation of water resources to where it is required the most.

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Tasting the Wines of Sella & Mosca, 2021 Releases

2015 Sella & Mosca Tanca Farra Alghero Rosso DOC

Did you know that Sardinia didn’t split off from Italy: It was once attached to France, and as such its soil and terroir are closer to that of Provence than nearer Sicily or Tuscany. Sella & Mosca is one of the most noteworthy wineries on this unique island, and today we make a return visit to these wines, for the first time since 2013.

2018 Sella & Mosca Torbato Brut DOC – 100% torbato, sparkling. A creamier take on Prosecco, this mix of brioche, lemon curd, and fresh-cut grass is refreshing but uncomplicated, a palatable aperitif, complete with an amply acidic and citrusy finish. B / $24

2018 Sella & Mosca Terre Bianche Alghero Torbato DOC – 100% torbato. Melon notes offer a lightly fragrant nose, hinting at almonds. First sips have some petrol pungency, but in time that blows off and a broader fruit character imbues the palate, again more focused on melon, with some saline notes giving it a real antipasto feel. Lingering notes of almond, honeysuckle, and a note of lime round out the finish. B / $21

2020 Sella & Mosca La Cala Vermentino di Sardegna DOC – Floral, soft, and again showing some melon notes and a hint of brine. Quite creamy on the palate, again the finish is quite nutty and soothing. Vermentino normally strikes me as rather more acidic, but this expression still manages to excite with its clearer focus on floral elements. B+ / $14

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Happy Ketchup Day to All Those Packet Collectors Out There: Keep Your Condiment Packets Safe and Organized.

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A restaurant table with hamburgers and a binder page filled with hot sauce packets.
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Organize all your collectibles.

Available with or without flaps.

Whether hot sauce packets, guitar picks, or trading cards, you find a page to organize your collectibles at StoreSMART.

Ketchup Day, June 5, is right around the corner. This is the day when we can all celebrate that popular condiment that we love to cover our French fries with.

It’s such a fun and unique hobby. I’m glad we’re able to provide a little piece of mind for folks looking to impose order on their collections.”

— Reenie Feingold, founder of StoreSMART

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Ditch the Sports Drinks: New Research Is Linking Sugary Beverages and Bowel Cancer

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Drinking two or more sugar-sweetened beverages (like sports drinks) per day may up your risk of developing bowel cancer before age 50, new research shows.

This is likely due to the way sugar-sweetened drinks can cause a rapid rise in blood glucose and insulin secretion, which causes inflammation and obesity—both associated with a higher risk of bowel cancer.

When you are on a ride or doing other exercise, a sports drink can be beneficial if your activity is at moderate-to-high intensity and lasts for more than hour. Otherwise, it’s best to hydrate with water.

Maybe you’re not a fan of plain water—we get it!—so you’ve created a mix of beverages to drink both on rides and in everyday life. That could be soda, energy drinks, and fruit juices, in addition to sports drinks. While that might solve your taste issue, a recent study in the journal Gut suggests you may want to rethink your drink.

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Sonoma-Cutrer 40th Anniversary Chardonnay

California pioneer Sonoma-Cutrer, located in the heart of the Russian River Valley, has announced the Sonoma-Cutrer 40th Anniversary Chardonnay as part of its annual Winemaker’s Release series.

Arriving in market beginning in May, this commemorative bottling celebrates the winery’s 40-year milestone in winemaking, and represents a final collaboration between its founding and current winemakers.

To create this year’s Winemaker’s Release, Directors’ of Winemaking Bill Bonetti (1981-1990), Terry Adams (1991-2010) and Mick Schroeter (2010-Present) worked with Chardonnay Winemaker Cara Morrison (2005-Present) to blend a chardonnay.

“The 40th Anniversary Winemaker’s Release showcases Sonoma-Cutrer’s Chardonnay style of crisp acidity balanced by ripe fruit and oak complexity,” says Morrison. “Collaborating so closely with Bill, Terry and Mick was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It is a privilege to dedicate this beautiful wine to our visionary founding winemaker Bill Bonetti, who passed away peacefully just a few months after blending, and to continue to carry on his vision.”

In selecting fruit for this wine, winemakers chose grapes from three closely spaced blocks of Sonoma-Cutrer’s estate vineyards — Les Pierres, The Cutrer, and Vine Hill. In the cellar, Grand Cru winemaking techniques were used, including minimal settling, bâttonage and sur lie aging for 10 months. The wine was fermented and aged in new and used French oak sourced from the Orleans Forest in central France.

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Simple Leaf CBD launches new convenient Hemp CBD Capsules

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Simple Leaf CBD officially launches their ‘CBD With Purpose’ formulas that fit multiple needs and occasions

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN , UNITED STATES, May 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ --Simple Leaf CBDofficially launches their ‘CBD With Purpose’ formulas with a full suite of health and wellness products. Simple Leaf offers the best CBD products that fit multiple needs and occasions:

Immune Boost CBD Capsules
Mood Boost CBD Capsules
Focus + Energy CBD Capsules
Pain Relief CBD + CBG Capsules
Sleep Support CBD Capsules
Muscle + Joint CBD Capsules
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6 Picks For Paloma Day Cocktails

Mamas Pink Paloma
Hermanito Paloma
Basil Paloma
Spicy Paloma

National Paloma Day is May 22, though we think any day is a good one for the refreshing tequila cocktail. While we tend to prefer the classic version—tequila, fresh lime juice and grapefruit soda from Mexico—there are plenty of tasty variations. Here are six Paloma recipes that we like.

Paloma Spritz
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1 oz. Tequila Blanco Pueblo Viejo 
1 oz. Mezcal Espadin
1 ½ oz. Grapefruit juice
½ oz. Lime
¾ oz. Simple syrup
2 oz. Sparkling Rosé Lucien Albrecht
1 pinch salt

Shake the mezcal, tequila, grapefruit, lime juice, and simple syrup. Strain it and carefully pour into a wine glass or Collins glass. Add a pinch of salt then top it off with the sparkling wine. Garnish with a full grapefruit moon.

The mixologists at Madre,which has three locations in the Los Angeles area, created this recipe.

Piña Paloma

Piña Paloma
2 oz. 1800 Silver tequila
4 oz. Jarritos Pineapple soda
½ oz. Fresh grapefruit juice
1 oz. Fresh lime juice 

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Belvedere Vodka Expands with Belvedere Organic Infusions

As the vodka category continues to shift towards all-natural ingredients and “healthier for you” products, Belvedere Vodka has launched Belvedere Organic Infusions.

The new range includes Lemon & Basil with a touch of elderflower, Pear & Ginger with a drop of Linden Honey, and Blackberry & Lemongrass with a hint of sage.

Each contains 100% organic real fruits and botanicals, the company says, while Belvedere’s organic Polish rye is 100% traceable.

Similarly, for Belvedere Organic Infusions, Belvedere sought out 100%-certified organic fruits, spices and botanicals for flavor extraction.

Belvedere Organic Infusions launch May 18 in Florida, Texas and New Jersey; the in-store date for New York and California is in June, with Ohio following in July.

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