Category Archives: Tequila

Punch Renaissance – What Goes Around Comes Around

PUNCH’S CREATIVE REVIVAL by David Lincoln Ross Rowdy libation it may be when consumed to excess, as famed illustrator William Hogarth depicts Punch’s potent effects in this evocative 18th century engraving, today classic Punch recipes are being creatively re-interpreted by … Continue reading

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Sunset of Tequila Sunrise Era

Frozen, fruity or sip-worthy, aged and 100% agave Tequilas have displaced last century’s classic sunrise cocktail.  by David Lincoln Ross Today’s Tequila marketers continue to innovate. With new and established brands creating category-expanding sparkling and flavorful line extensions, the category … Continue reading

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