“I rotated the Plantation Pineapple bottle in my hands. The name dug at me.”
“We are spreading the gospel of whiskey,” Weaver says with a wry smile. “[It] brings out the best and worst in people.”
The mint julep vs. the mojito. Why does one suggest prestige and the other solicit an eye-roll?
A controversial author, a house museum’s blog, a Werther’s Original, and a good bit of rum. Meet the Uncle Rumus.
“Rum is the poor man’s brandy.” Well, according to Thomas Jefferson it is. That’s just one of the spirited facts I learned whilst researching the history of rum-making in America. At one point in time, rum was one of Colonial New England’s largest and most prosperous industries–George Washington even insisted on serving rum at his … Continued