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No. 6: March/April 2007

 

FEATURES

Almost Famous READ »
How tequila will take its place among the world’s great spirits.

It’s Just Wine
Buying, ordering and enjoying vino is easier than you think.

 

Tomorrowland
The future is wow at Japan’s bars and drink kiosks.


Blast From the Past READ »
A new crop of organic, barrel-aged and herb-infused beers offer a dose of brew history.


How Do You Take Your Coffee?
Sure, espresso gets a lot of play, but there are other ways to brew an amazing cup of coffee.

 

DEPARTMENTS

Uncorked Drink news you can use.

 

Dr. Cocktail The History of The Boulevardier Cocktail. READ »

 

Distilled Your questions, expert answers. Ask your own question to our drink experts here.

 

Taste-Test 8 bottled green teas tasted side by side.

 

Gear The juiciest juicers.

 

Elements Aquavit, the water of Scandinavian life. READ »

 

Characters Barista Billy Wilson and his quest for the god shot. READ »

 

Real Deal Big-name wines for everyday prices.

 

Style Cozy up with Alyssa Ettinger’s ceramic creations.

 

Mix It Up Make your own tonic water!

 

Scene Scout Where to go now, from Mandrake in Los Angeles to Pops for Champagne in Chicago.

 

Cravings Magical beer-batter string beans.

 

Quench My brother, the vintner.

 

RECIPES

Cocktails Haute Toddy, The Lubo, The Boulevardier, Masala Dquiri, Meyer Lemon Margarita, A Lady at Lunch, Stockholm Mule, Copenhagen Cocktail, Danish Mary, Mayahuel, Vampiro, G Sling, Pear Flower, Kevin's Gin & Tonic


Food Beer-Batter String Beans with Righteous Rémoulade

 

How-to Tonic Water