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The Upsides of Prohibition

The Times Gets Boozy

You've probably read all of these by now, but I thought I'd post them anyway. The New York Times printed a whole bunch of booze stories yesterday.

- A story about cocktail obsessives.

- One about relatively inexpensive Speyside scotch whiskey with a lot of good information about changes in the industry. Also, tasting notes.

- Another on White Russians.

- And finally, one on eight bartending philosophies. That one is largely made up, distinguishing between "pre-repeal revivalists" and "neo-classicists" and between "liquid locavores" and the "farm to glass movement" where such distinctions don't necessarily exist in real life. Still, a great look at modern approaches to bartending.



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What am I supposed to do now? If the Times says I'm faux, then I have to live with it- it's the paper of record!

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