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Taste Test: Dairy Alternatives

From oat to macadamia nut, today’s dairy alternatives are better than ever.

Taste Test: Blended Scotch Whiskies

8 options perfect for sipping or mixing.

Drink of the Week: Red Rooster Coffee Demeka Becha

A tea-like body combined with beautiful citrus and floral notes make this coffee a knock-out.
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Drink of the Week: St. Agrestis Black Manhattan Bag-in-Box

A spicy, sweet, and easy-drinking boxed cocktail.

Gear: Matcha Tools

Dial in your next cup of with the best tools for the job.

Imbibe 75 Person to Watch: Donae Burston

With La Fête du Rosé, Donae Burston has created a year-round rosé that speaks to a broad, multicultural consumer base.

Drink of the Week: Yebiga “PRVA”

A Serbian plum brandy with layers of sweet, tart fruit, floral accents and spice.

Three Ways: The Stinger Cocktail

Bartenders are revisiting the Stinger with riffs that bring new character to the classic.

Taste Test: Coffee Liqueurs

Today’s options venture far beyond the familiar.

Imbibe 75 People to Watch: Abner Roldán and Karla Quiñones

With Café Comunión, the longtime coffee pros are bringing the voice of Puerto Rican coffee to the specialty scene.

Taste Test: Blanc de Blancs

Looking for a great glass of bubbly? Reach for bright and bouncy Blanc de Blanc.

Drink of the Week: Schramsberg 2017 Blanc de Blancs

An American-made Blanc de Blancs that's as bright as our hopes for 2021.

Treat Yourself to These Adventurous Red Wines This Holiday Season

A few bottles that stray slightly outside the "usual" holiday picks.

Drink of the Week: Greater Goods Coffee Co. Bright Minds

A balanced Colombian brew that's perfect for your daily coffee ritual.

Lindsay Matteson’s Italian Amari Picks

Five favorites from the bar manager of Seattle's The Walrus and The Carpenter.

Day Trip: Tea Sommelier Gabrielle Jammal

A behind-the-scenes look at the Baccarat hotel's annual holiday tea.
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Drinks Atlas: Beaujolais, France

Get to know the ancient winemaking region considered to be the birthplace of modern “natural” winemaking.

5 to Try: Cocktail Cherries

Many of today’s cocktail cherries are specifically formulated to add a finishing touch of flavor and style to the drinks they adorn.
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