Massachusetts Beverage Business



Article by: Liza Weisstuch - Andrew Cabot has been sailing his whole life. In the last few years, he and his uncle have sailed around Europe, down the Arctic along the west coast of Norway, and then some. You might say a penchant for the seafaring life is in his blood. His ancestor six generations back, also named Andrew Cabot, had oceanic leanings. During the Colonial Era, he helped his young nation’s cause during the American Revolution as an owner [...] Read More »

Endangered Cocktails: THE FOG CUTTER

Article by: Pink Lady - Tiki drinks have seen a resurgence among cocktail enthusiasts in recent years, and for good reason.  Who wouldn’t be tickled by sipping a cocktail with a pink umbrella from a skull mug?  People are often surprised to learn, however, that these beverages are actually serious cocktails, considered so delicious in their heyday they beget a craze that outlasted every cocktail fad before and since.First, we should note that “Tiki Cocktail” is a retro [...] Read More »

French Terroirists Visit Boston

Article by: Harvey Finkel - The Grand Conseil 2O11, this year’s edition of the annual international meeting of the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin, the Burgundy education and chowder society, was held in Boston in May. Among the participants who came from France, Canada, and all over the US were three celebrated Burgundian vignerons, terroirists all: François Bitouzet of Domaine Bitouzet-Prieur in Meursault and Volnay, Philippe Senard of Domaine Comte Senard in Aloxe-Corton, and Laurent Ponsot of Domaine Ponsot in [...] Read More »

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