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Derby Recipes

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With the Kentucky Derby now just days away, we're more focused on what we'll have in our hand rather than who'll win the "Run For The Roses". In the spirit of Derby Weekend, we've complied a list of 8 winning cocktails to set you ahead of the competition. Just click the titles or images below to view the recipes!    1. Classic Mint Julep Cocktail Recipe   2. Classic Old-Fashioned Cocktail Recipe with a Modern Twist   3. Amarena Amore Mio Cocktail Recipe   4. Amarena Fruit Spark Recipe   5. Negroni Cocktail Recipe   6. Spritz by Fabbri Cocktail Recipe   7. Un Americano A Bologna Cocktail Recipe  ...

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The Finest Cherry On Top

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For more than 100 years, the Italian family owned company, Fabbri 1905, has been devoted to offering the finest ingredients for bartenders and culinary professionals alike. One thing they’re known for “inventing” is Amarena Fabbri; a famous Italian preserve made from wild Amarena cherries that possess a distinct flavor perfect for use in cocktails, desserts, and more. When we say they’re devoted to the finest ingredients, it’s backed by their quality certifications in food standards and commitments to diversity, the wellbeing of their clients, and the planet. Fabbri 1905 is Star K- Kosher, Halal, Lactose Free, Gluten Free, Vegan, and free of...

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How Women Gave the World Beer

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March is National Women’s History Month and March 8th is International Women’s Day - a day to celebrate the accomplishments of women everywhere. The brewing industry is often seen as a male-dominated world but did you know, the vast majority of ancient brewers were women? While it’s true that currently there’s room for growth in the percentage of female brewers, history is there to remind us that it was ancient women who first mastered the task. If you think back to what you may have learned about ancient civilizations and gender roles; men were the hunters and women the gatherers. While...

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The Marvel of Moscato

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Are you a huge Moscato lover like us? Well... did you know the Muscat grape family is among the oldest in the world? Moscato is loved by many but it's true magic comes from it's alluring history. The Muscat family of grapes contains over 200 varieties, including Moscato, that’s use dates back through centuries suggesting that it may be the oldest domesticated grape variety. For over 3000 years the Mediterranean region has been cultivating Muscat but theories of its origin differ. Some believe it was first used by the ancient Egyptians and Persians while others strongly believe it was the Greeks who brought...

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A Special Tasting with Andrea Rinaldi

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His grandfather planted the vines, his father started the business, and now he continues the family tradition of excellence.Join us this Friday, March 1st from 2-6pm for a special wine tasting, with Andrea Rinaldi of Azienda Agricola Rinaldi Vini - son of the company’s founder, Oreste Rinaldi.Click here to RSVP! About Rinaldi Vini Azienda Agricola Rinaldi Vini is located on the hills of Alto Monferrato, Italy, close to Acqui Terme, in the heart of one of the most precious areas of southern Piedmont. This family business was founded in 1961 by Oreste Rinaldi, and is run today by his son...

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