Amari- Bittersweet Endings To Any Meal

Amari- Bittersweet Endings To Any Meal Amari (plural of amaro), the Italian term for “bitters,” refers to distilled spirits containing an infusion of bittering compounds such as herbs, roots, or barks. The basic elements are aromatic herbs such as gentian, … Continue reading

Wild Turkey Bourbon— A Retrospective View

Wild Turkey Bourbon— A Retrospective View A few years ago, I had a rare opportunity of spending an entire day with Jimmy Russell, Master Distiller at the Wild Turkey Bourbon Distillery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. In 1954, Jimmy joined the Wild … Continue reading

Wine With Thanksgiving Dinner

The Pilgrims held the first Thanksgiving Day in February 1621 to celebrate their first successful harvest season. Thanksgiving signifies family, food, drink, fun, history, and tradition, all wrapped up into one mid-week day. My “cooking tip” will guarantee a golden … Continue reading

Moreau Chablis- 200 Years Young

The Moreau family has lived in the heart of Chablis since 1814. At that time, Jean-Joseph Moreau founded the wine-merchant trading firm. In 1974, Hiram Walker acquired 50% of the company and acquired the remaining shares in 1985. J. Moreau … Continue reading