This Fourth of July, pay homage to what made America great—ingenuity and resourcefulness, especially when it comes to drinking.
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Mexico City bars offer a unique opportunity to sample distinct, hard-to-find beverages not labeled for export.
A soon-to-be-open Washington, D.C. hotel features a men’s haberdashery and a pop-up flower bar, and offers the option to order a cocktail cart to your room.
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Edinburgh’s drinks scene goes far beyond whisky and old pubs.
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The town of Tequila is quickly becoming a luxury hotspot for enthusiasts of the blue agave liquor.