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No. 28: Nov/Dec 2010




    Chatham Artillery Punch, The Chapulin, The Elixir, Winter Tonic, Cable Car, Caribbean Flip, St. Lucia’s Punch, Spiced Pear Punch, The Sands of Time, Kentucky Cardinal Punch, Conquistador Punch, The Jackdaw Kit, Cranberry Gingersnap, Miel Picante Punch, The Kilted Pistolero, Witch Hunt, Evergreen, Corn ‘N’ Oil


    Lu’s Brandied Cherries, Lemon-Swirl Cheesecake Bars, Apple-Cranberry Holiday Crisp, Deep-Dish Chocolate-Orange Mousse Tart, Peppermint-Spiked Chocolate Crinkle Cookies, Bourbon-Molasses Pecan Pie, Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta with Spiced Caramel Sauce, Red-Wine Poached Pears, Guinness Stout Ginger Cake, Rosemary-Crusted Standing Rib Roast with Bordeaux Gravy


    Vin d’Orange


    Holiday Gift Guide

    50 fun and budget-friendly ideas for the imbibers on your list.

    Pleased as Punch

    Spike your next holiday gathering with party-ready punch recipes.

    White Winter

    The best chilled wines for chilly temps. Read More »

    Mapping the Final Course

    Plot the perfect coffee and dessert pairings for your holiday fête.

    Time in a Bottle

    Some beers are meant to be aged gracefully. Read More »

    Georgia on Our Minds

    Atlanta’s mixing skills might be young, but they’re certainly not naïve.



    A bone-dry Spanish sidra perfect for your holiday table, favorite things, plus five great places to cozy up with hot buttered rum and a Q&A with Jose Garces.

    Dr. Cocktail

    Secrets of the Chatham Artillery Punch.


    Need a recipe for brandied cherries? Want to know the difference between orgeat and almond syrup? We’ve got the answers.


    Find the perfect chai to wrap you in wintertime warmth.


    Give your wrist a rest and find out which electric wine openers come out on top.


    A new fleet of spiced rum is sailing into this season’s wintry drinks. Read More »


    Bartending wouldn’t be the same without game-changer and collector extraordinaire Brian Rea.

    Mix It Up

    Turn a few simple ingredients into a gift-worthy bottle of Vin d’Orange.

    Scene Scout

    Devilishly good food and drinks abound at L.A.’s Villains Tavern.


    A rib roast with Bordeaux gravy will let you impress your guests without breaking a sweat.


    Get past the puzzling name, and you’ll find that Corn ‘N’ Oil offers a spiced, rum-drenched taste of the tropics.

    Bonus Articles

    Punch Making and Serving Tips. Read More »

    Find out where to get the best beer and coffee in Atlanta. Read More »

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