Get ready for sunnier days and stock up on the latest expression from the OG of French gin that’s the perfect choice for this summer’s gin & tonics!
One of the best food and drink traditions in France is the Apero Dinatoire. We talked to author Ann Mah about her favorite food and drinks to serve, etiquette around it and more on this month’s Paris Cocktail Talk!
Is lockdown getting you down? We may not be able to actually travel, but here are some ideas for liquid travel experiences with to-go cocktails and “Voyage” themed cocktail courses from l’Alchemiste.
This month we get philosophical about wine as we talk to celebrated cookbook author, Susan Herrmann Loomis, about her feelings and experience with wine after nearly thirty years of living in France.
Everyone knows about Brittany’s famous galettes made with buckwheat, but did you know there is a distillery making 100% buckwheat whisky?
Ever wonder what it would be like to move to Provence from America and start distilling a gin-style spirit with the local ingredients?
Thanks to its terroir and the savoir faire of its people, France is the source of many quality cocktail ingredients like this verjus
What’s it like to live a foodie and drinkie life between the US and France? Chef/Author Lisa Baker Morgan dishes on just that for Paris Cocktail Talk!
In my continued extra episodes of Paris Cocktail Talk discussing the effects of COVID-19 on food and drinks in France, I’m speaking with Emily Dilling author of the Paris Paysanne blog and My Paris Market Cookbook for some anecdotal chat about life in the country and how the virus is affecting her and local winemakers and farmers in rural France.
Grab your glass and travel with Preston Mohr, your Wine Advisor, on a virtual journey along the world-famous wine road, the “Route des Grand Crus.” (Normally these virtual tours are 30 Euros, but during confinement they are FREE)