Rum is derived from sugar cane. Thanks to Columbus' second trip he dropped some of the sweet grassy canes off in the Caribbean and the rest is history. There are tons of different types of rums from tons of different types of places. Most rum is made from molasses which is a byproduct of making sugar and . . .
...It Will Make You Sin
A neutral spirit flavored with juniper and other “botanicals” like coriander, orris root, cassia bark, and marketing. Speaking of, my first true love was the emerald bottle of Tanqueray that sits in every bar. (ProTip: If your spirit of choice is in every bar...you can always get your drink at any location…) . . .
Other Booze to Keep Around
Chartreuse is expensive but there is nothing like it. You have two to choose from. Yellow Chartreuse makes use of honey and saffron to impart their golden tones to this aptly named liqueur which comes in at a lower proof than its envious brother Green Chartreuse. These intensely colored liqueurs have . . .