Valentine’s Day Drink Specials We Love

Posted by Mike Time on February 5, 2019
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Category: Cheers Blog
Since Valentine’s Day is a huge on-premise occasion, most restaurants offer special menus and festive themed cocktails. (Don’t miss our 2019 Valentine’s Day recipe roundup!) These are just a few holiday beverage offerings that caught our eye this year. Ramber’s Galentine’s Cocktails Rambler, a bi-level bar and bistro in San Francisco’s Hotel Zeppelin, is offering a dedicated Galentine’s Day cocktail menu featuring four distinct cocktails priced at $10 each; 10% of all proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood. The Galentine’s cocktails
Walsh Whiskey has announced Writers’ Tears Copper Pot – Deau XO Cognac Cask Finish, a premium edition of their Writers’ Tears Copper Pot Irish whiskey. This is the fourth expression released under the Writers’ Tears range. It’s a blend of aged single malt and pot still whiskeys finished for nine months in French oak casks, which were seasoned for 10-to-15 years with Deau XO Cognac. Writers’ Tears Copper Pot – Deau XO Cognac Cask Finish
The trendy Kentucky whiskey brand Angel’s Envy has announced a limited release of its Kentucky straight bourbon finished in Oloroso sherry casks. Angel’s Envy Sherry Finish will be available for purchase at the distillery and select retailers in Kentucky beginning February 15th. Angel’s Envy 500 Main members will get early access to reserve a bottle beginning on February 12th. The company is only releasing 3,600 bottles for purchase, and expect bottles to go fast. On the nose
The Indian whisky sector is as vast and vibrant as the country itself, with gigantic brands battling for supremacy in their particular segment of the market. *This feature was originally published in the November 2018 issue of The Spirits Business India is the world’s third­-largest economy, and could eventually take the number two spot from the US, according to PwC’s World in 2050 report. The country’s GDP is growing by around 8% and is forecast
Trade body the Distilled Spirits Council has welcomed a new agreement signed by the US and the UK to ensure protection for spirits as the UK prepares to leave the European Union. Gregg Doud, chief agricultural negotiator in the office of the US trade representative, and Kim Darroch, UK ambassador to the US, signed two agreements for wine and spirits on 31 January 2019. The deal ensures that mutual protection for Bourbon, Tennessee whiskey, Scotch