Tipperary Knockmealdowns Irish Whiskey Review - Bevvy

Tipperary Knockmealdowns Irish Whiskey Review - Bevvy

Aside from being one of the all-time great names in Irish whiskey (or any whiskey), Knockmealdowns is also connected to Ireland through geography and folklore. The name itself refers to a mountain range spanning County Tipperary’s border, and is supposedly adjacent to a bottomless lake haunted by one “Petticoat Loose,” an unlucky lass who must forever attempt to empty the lake via thimble.

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Apple of My Pie - The Food Lens

Apple of My Pie - The Food Lens

Straight Law Bar, the sherry-focused cocktail establishment within Brookline’s Spanish restaurant Taberna De Haro, offers no shortage of fortified wine to play with. The menu draws from Taberna’s 85 bottle-strong list, one of the largest sherry selections we know of.

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The Bar Room at No. 9 Park - The Food Lens

The Bar Room at No. 9 Park - The Food Lens

Twenty years of service has earned No. 9 Park a well-deserved reputation as Beacon Hill’s definitive fine-dining experience. And while we’d never discourage anyone from experiencing a tasting menu in the townhouse-turned-restaurant’s elegant dining room, its bar scene alone warrants a visit

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Pisco Punch - The Food Lens

Pisco Punch - The Food Lens

Rail Stop Restaurant & Bar didn’t invent the Pisco Punch; the refreshing mixture of lime, pineapple, and the iconic South American brandy has been popular since the 19th century. But beverage manager Eli Shapiro has added some flavorful twists of his own—and a whole lot of garnishes.

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