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The past and future of rare spirits and wine
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Skaal! The Wonderful World of Aquavit https://buff.ly/2INMFpK #oldliquorsmagazine
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Take a Tour of Wine Road 290 in Texas Hill Country https://buff.ly/2KQh0Vj #oldliquorsmagazine
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Take a Tour of Wine Road 290 in Texas Hill Country https://buff.ly/2KQh0Vj @oldliquorsmagazine
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Inside the New InterContinental Washington D.C. The Wharf Hotel https://buff.ly/2GpAs8M @oldliquorsmagazine
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Sale of the Century: World’s Oldest Wine Goes Under the Hammer https://buff.ly/2Ionk5u @oldliquorsmagazine
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Cuba Libre: the Rich History of the Rum and Coke https://buff.ly/2rIw3t7 @oldliquorsmagazine
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Sotol: the Next Best Agave Spirit? https://buff.ly/2HVi79l @oldliquorsmagazine
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Beaune, France – Charming Village in the Heart of Burgundy https://buff.ly/2FHKXnv @oldliquorsmagazine
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Paris Wine Guide – Where to Buy Wine in Paris? https://buff.ly/2HTWOEe @oldliquorsmagazine
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“Up until recently, the term “pink Gin” commonly referred to the simple yet elegant concoction of Plymouth Gin with a dash or two of Angostura bitters. This dated back to 19th-century England, and is believed to have roots in the Royal Navy from a Dr. Johann Gottlieb Benjamin Siegert, for medicinal (anti-seasickness) consumption.” https://buff.ly/2K9c9Pl @oldliquorsmagazine
The Rise of the Peculiar Pink Gin
The Rise of the Peculiar Pink Gin
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