Streets flooded with molasses may sound like the set up for an old timey horror flick, but in 1919, it really happened. But wait – what in the world were over two million gallons of molasses doing in the middle of Boston?
Clarified milk punch may seem like a product of the cocktail revolution, but it actually predates our modern drinks scene by centuries. Find out how this OG cocktail is being updated across the country.
As of August 1, The Campbell Apartment, a historic bar in Grand Central station is set to shut its doors. Like so many good things in New York City, it's fallen victim to skyrocketing rent. Learn the bar's legacy and sign a petition to save it.
Like all great inventions, the Moscow Mule was born of necessity. Learn how one woman's mission to sell copper mugs played an integral role in the invention of Moscow Mules and why her great grandson made it his mission to bring back the original design.
In its early years, the Bacardí family believed bats found in their distillery would bring them luck. Today, Bacardí is the world’s largest family-owned and privately held spirits company — find out what the bat contributed to the brand's success.
From presidents who couldn't hold their booze to those who forced their staff to hide it, the history of liquor in the White House is a fascinating one. We give you more tales of debauchery and scandal in our second round of Presidential drinking facts.
Garnishes are nearly as old as cocktails themselves, with references appearing in Jerry Thomas' "How to Mix Drinks" book, published in 1862. Find out how and why garnishes developed and which vintage garnishes are worth bringing back.