1,000 Living Botanicals Dangle Below a Sliver of Rolling Hill at Maison St-Germain

An NYC-based landscape design firm translates St-Germain liqueur into an artistic floral landscape

Inside Brooklyn‘s Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse, a 1,200-square-foot vegetal installation floats 40 feet in the air. From afar, it appears that a sliver of rolling hill has been plucked from a mystical, green landscape. Up close, however, one learns that its underside is a dangling root system composed of more than 1,000 flowers. This is the centerpiece for the third annual Maison St-Germain, a homage to …

Delicious Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur from Australia’s Mr Black

Sip it neat or lend a kick to innumerable cocktail recipes

When taking a sip of Mr Black, one immediately wonders why no brand had tried to produce something similar before. Mr Black is a cold brew coffee liqueur—a little bitter, a little sweet. It features Arabica bean coffee, masterfully pulled in the way only Australians can. And it’s blended with Australian wheat vodka to bring the strength to 50 proof. Only 300 bottles can be …

Four Cocktails Putting Drambuie to Work in Unexpected Ways

Some of NYC's best bartenders invent cocktails for the Scotch whisky and honey liqueur

With the onset of autumn, a range of flavor profiles and characteristics return to favor. After a recent competition between some of New York City’s most expressive bartenders, the sometimes misunderstood Drambuie—a Scotch whisky liqueur from the Isle of Skye incorporating honey, heather and herbs—should be taken into consideration once again. More than a component in the Rusty Nail classic cocktail, Drambuie’s sweet and lightly …