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  • The French 75

      Named for a piece of World War I artillery, this gin cocktail packs some firepower.
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  • Culinary Walkabout

      Do your part in sustaining this lifeline for homebound residents and get a sampling of stellar cuisine in return.
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  • Campari and Beer?

    Find out what you get when you mix Italy's iconic aperitif with an Idaho IPA
  • Alaska Glacier Vodka

      This gluten-free, twice-charcoal filtered vodka surprises, with a smooth, cool—dare we say "glacial"—mouthfeel.
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  • Springtime Sippers

    Three cocktails for toasting the end of winter (hopefully)
  • Executive-Level Drinking

      We cobbled together a few Trump-themed concoctions that—whatever their serious flaws—will get the job done.
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  • Turkey Tipples

    Giving thanks for Wild Turkey
      In honor of this most American of birds, and during the season when turkey takes pride of place on our dinner tables, we sampled a quartet of offerings from Wild Turkey.
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  • Two Mules to Sip and Savor

    Take a ride with a pair of Moscow Mules
      Sauce scholars tend to agree that despite its unlikely creation, the Moscow Mule introduced vodka to the American drinking public and launched the spirit, which would become the most-heavily consumed in the country.
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  • Three Rums, Three Hemingway Daiquiris

    Papa knows best
      Ernest Hemingway described the daiquiri as having “no taste of alcohol and felt, as you drank them, the way downhill glacier skiing feels running through powder snow.”
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  • Savor Idaho

    Sunday, June 12
      On Sunday, June 12 from 2-5 p.m., 900 attendees will gather at the Idaho Botanical Garden to eat and drink their way through almost 50 vendors offering wine, cider and food from around the state.
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