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If you want to get the most-prestigious academic education in winemaking, you enroll at the University of California at Davis. If you are a chef-in-the-making determined to get the best formal education in the cooking arts, you sign up...
One part Kentucky, one part New York City, the Flatiron district bar and restaurant Maysville is one of the best places in the city to settle in and sip through bourbons to your heart’s content. Named for the small...
There are certain bars that seem perfectly suited to drinking whiskey. Some are rich with mahogany and leather, the kind of place you’d want to light up a cigar; others, relaxed and easy, with something of a julep-on-the-porch, laid-back...
Whether you're planning a first trip to Kentucky, or have been living in the Commonwealth all your life, Kentucky's Mint Julep Tours has added several new exclusive experiences to show you a side of the bourbon capital of the U.S....
Northern Kentucky's Bourbon B-Line has announced two new stops to a growing list of whiskey experiences in the region. The new hotspots include the Sparta, Kentucky-based Neeley Family Distillery and the upscale restaurant and bar Coppin’s at Hotel Covington. Hotel Covington...
Tel Aviv is a dazzling jewel in the Mediterranean, and one that’s easy to fall in love with in your first hours of visiting the seaside oasis. It’s a party city, but not in the shallow Miami...
Plenty of towns have a local distillery blending its own whiskey, but not all of them make their own version of Chartreuse, an herbal liqueur produced in France from 130 different herbs and botanicals. Then, you have...
France is among the greatest drinking countries in the world, responsible for producing the likes of champagne, cognac, absinthe, chartreuse, pastis, and others. And Paris—the City of Lights and the country’s capital—is the best place to sample them all,...

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