Invented in 2007, this high-proof riff on the classic brings together brandy, rye whiskey, brown sugar, and orange bitters.

According to cocktail lore, the Last Word was first introduced at the Detroit Athletic Club in the early 20th Century and has since become a modern favorite.

While this Prohibition Era classic enjoys fanciful tales regarding its origin, it was likely unveiled in the late 1800s and is a gold standard for any cocktail bar or lounge worthy of those designations.

This classic drink is a spirit-forward slow sipper that has a long history in cocktail lore.

Last week LeBron James made an attempt to trademark what has now become his famous “Taco Tuesday” phrase. Wednesday, September 12th, it was revealed that his request was denied by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The New York Times reports that the phrase “Taco Tuesday” was too much of a “commonplace term message or […]

You work hard for your money—so don’t go spending it on foods that are trying to fool you, masquerading like they’re healthy while filling you with sugar and other ingredients you had no idea were in there. The next grocery trip, buy smart so you can eat smarter. Here are five foods to reconsider:   […]