Category: Wine & Spirits.

Oct 26

Rémy Martin VSOP Hot Holiday Bottle

While I have slowed down in my consumption of dark liquor, I have to admit there is no denying Rémy Martin as one of the finest cognacs in the market. Their selections come from the two finest growth areas of the Cognac and Champagne regions of France. For the upcoming holiday season Remy Martin will be …

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Oct 24

Zafra Master Reserve 21 Year Old Rum Review

Champagne, yes please. Clear liquor, sure. Dark liquor, maybe. Sorry but that’s just my palette. It is very rare when a dark liquor stands out as something I would purchase. Zafra Master Reserve 21 Year Old Rum happen to fit into that category.

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Oct 15

Mionetto Prosecco Brut D.o.c. Review

Mionetto Prosecco Brut D.o.c.

  I love champagne. While my love for the bubbly runs deep, I can still appreciate sparkling wines. Last week I came across an impressive Italian bottle. With my pleasure let me introduce you to Mionetto Prosecco Brut.

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Oct 11

Nicolas Feuillatte Palmes d’Or Vintage 1998 Champagne Review

Nicolas Feuillatte is a champagne house that I always admired from a far but never pulled away far enough from Madame Clicquot or my favorite bubbly of all time Moët Hennessy’s Dom Pérignon to really give it a try. Long known for their signature Brut portfolio, Feuillatte also produces the prestigious Palmes d’Or.

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Oct 04

1800 Silver Tequila Review

Luxury comes in all shapes, sizes and most importantly prices. I say that because you don’t always have to pay a lot of money to experience a priceless moment. A great example of that statement is 1800 Silver Tequila.

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Sep 15

Veuve Clicquot La Grand Dame Vintage 1996 Brut Champagne Review

I love champagne; simple as that. While I do favor Dom Perignon, there are some respectable bottles out there that are worth your time and more importantly your money. In the late 1990’s, Vueve Clicquot started overtaking Moet as New York’s preferred bubbly. What many individuals don’t know is that Vueve Clicquot produces a great prestige cuvee called La Grande …

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Aug 31

Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage 1998 Bourbon Review

  Sharing is caring and it seems cigars smokers really understand and better yet practice this timeless saying. On any given visit to my local cigar lounge, you can always find smokers sharing their drink of choice with new acquaintances.

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Aug 20

Ciroc Coconut Recipe: The Ciroc Lemon Coco

  I can not tell a lie, Sean Combs has been getting my money this summer. Traditionally I am not a big vodka man, but these Ciroc flavors have been driving me wild. I’ve enjoyed Ciroc Red Berrios  for a while but now I am back to the Ciroc Coconut.

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Aug 19

Dom Perignon Vintage 1996 Champagne Review

  Saying that I love champagne is a severe understatement. I have been a champagne lover for about the last ten years with many corks and pictures to prove it.  In my opinion Dom Perignon is the undisputed king of champagnes. The Dom Perignon brand has been often imitated but never duplicated. Even during the height of …

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Aug 09

Vizcaya VXOP Premium Rum Review

  As I have grown older and wiser I have also become more in sync with my personal taste and more importantly my palette. I used to be a big fan of dark liquor, but now I prefer clear. One dark rum that caught my immediate attention upon my first sip was Vizcaya. Vizcaya Rum is …

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