In the new issue of Imbibe (US), M Carrie Allan has a story about dangerous cocktail ingredients in which I'm quoted. She covers things like tobacco, homemade tonic water, and marijuana; and has a sidebar of other potentially-dangerous ingredients worth knowing about.
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
A podcast starring your hero (me).
This year's batch of cocktail and spirits books - all put together in one big list to make your gift list (or your own wish list) easy to see.
A look at some new flavored tonic waters found at a bar show in Europe.
We go through a lot of bottles in the beverage industry, and most of them go into the recycling bin or worse, the trash. However a few companies have designed bottles specifically to keep some of the glass out of the trash can for at least one more use.
Making tonic water with purified quinine and extracts.
If you're making or drinking a lot of homemade tonic water, beware of cinchonism, a condition caused by a buildup of quinine.
In the June/July issue of Saveur Magazine, I have a bunch of drink stories. The biggest, longest one, which took me a few months of research to put together, is on the Gin & Tonic.