Booze

heatwave

We Asked Bartenders What to Drink When It’s Too Hot to Function

“I want volume, I want low ABV, I want it to be frosty cold, and I don’t wanna be challenged by what’s in my glass.”
Phoebe Hurst
7.26.18
mexico

This Team of Booze All-Stars Is Making Mezcal Sustainable

Sombra Mezcal is designed to be beneficial for both the land and the indigenous community in Oaxaca.
Dan Q. Dao
7.18.18
Booze

The Best Places to Get Drunk in Helsinki During the Trump-Putin Summit

Where to get shitfaced as the world ends.
Ilkka Sirén
7.16.18
Booze

How to Talk About Bourbon Without Embarrassing Yourself

Stop saying "smooth," to start.
Dana McMahan
7.9.18
Booze

Mindful Drinking Is the Ultimate Hangover Cure

After revolutionising vegetarian cooking with A Modern Way To Eat, Anna Jones wants us to consider “mindful drinking,” a more thoughtful approach to alcohol consumption.
Laura Martin
7.5.18
summer

I Am Trying to Make Sherry Mojitos Happen

Some people choose a song of the summer or have ill-fated summer flings with Spanish bartenders. I like to designate a drink of the summer.
Phoebe Hurst
7.2.18
hangover cures

The Best Hangover Cures, According to Japanese Drinkers

I stayed out all night drinking to test them out.
Natalie B. Compton
6.25.18
Booze

The Weird and Wavy History of Wine Coolers

The bodacious bottled drinks once saw an explosion in popularity, then a backlash, and now, a surprise comeback.
Nadia Berenstein
6.25.18
Booze

The Best and Worst Booze to Drink on Trains, Ranked

Premixed gin and tonic, a can of Stella, or one of those single-serve cups of Shiraz?
Daisy Meager
6.22.18
alcohol

Passengers on ‘Luxury Gin Train’ Outraged Over Lack of Gin

“[I was] expected to drink a neat thimble of gin with no tonic. Toilets blocked. First class a rip off.”
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
6.19.18
Technologies

Uber Files Patent for Technology That Can Tell If You're Drunk

Hello, Mister Uber Driver.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
6.11.18
drinks

This DJ Turned Bespoke Ice Cubes Into a Career

"I think the cubes are very mesmerising objects to have in your drink, and it kind of brings up all these questions: How did it get in there? How is it floating?"
Natalie B. Compton
5.25.18