Iterations of brandy (a spirit made from fermented and distilled fruit juice) are nearly endless, and it’s jolly fun to hunt them down and try them.
Hot toddies, spiced mulled wine and creamy, hot buttered rum cocktails are the ultimate cozy cocktails for cold days.
Family trips are like a round of golf — you never know how they’re going to unfold or end up, and they'll likely feature a few bogeys along the way.
Digestifs, in addition to literally aiding digestion after a meal, are also a sign of hospitality — don’t rush, stay awhile, laugh even longer.
Despite its ominous-sounding name, a Dark 'n Stormy brings to mind brighter days filled with rounds of golf on Jamaica.
With apologies to Ella Fitzgerald, you can keep the city, but please do mix us up the cocktail, bartender.
Matt and Will Courchene created Data Golf, and if you’re a fan of the pro game and into data or betting, you’ll like what you see.
You don't have to splurge on wine to make a pitcher of the legendary chill-out drink, but do spend some money on quality brandy.
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