Drinking


The Heavy Metal Guide to Halloween Cocktails

Members of Strangled by Strangulation Enjoy a Daiquiri Noir

As a fan of heavy metal since my rebellious teen years, and an even bigger fan of booze for about the same amount of time (like I said, rebellious), I felt that I was qualified enough to write a blog about both. With Halloween, and all the spooky, face-melting, terrific fun that comes along with it fast approaching, I thought now was the perfect time to talk shredding riffs and killer cocktails.

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5 Coffee Varieties that Keep Us from Going Insane

Coffee Beans

Coffee is part of a sacred morning ritual for a lot of people. In fact, it’s the one thing that keeps most of us from telling our employers to shove those TPS reports and go back to sleep. But with so many varieties, how do we choose which blend will keep us employed and sane enough to deal with the outside world at 6am? Read on...

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6 Festive Fall Drinks for the Whole Family

Posted on September 15, 2014
A Fall Drink and Spices

‘Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, changing leaves, yoga pants, and one of the two proper seasons for Ugg boots (*ahem* I’m looking at you, Southern California). Autumn brings with it a sense of warmth on the inside as it starts to cool down outside, and that’s thanks hot cocoa, spiced cider, and all the whiskey your hot toddy can handle. Read on for fall drink ideas for the whole family...

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Treasure Hunting: Solid Copper Mug

Posted on September 11, 2014
Copper Mug

A Moscow Mule without a copper mug is like a burrito without a tortilla or Genesis without Peter Gabriel (they don't count as a band after 1979). But like blue jeans pop radio, Moscow Mules are appropriate at any given time; just make sure you have this Elegance Silver Solid Copper Mug to drink it out of.

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Top 10 Weatherproof Bar Supplies

Posted on August 13, 2014

Everything from a simple stand to an elaborate poolside spread needs the essential tools of a bar, but exterior ones require special consideration. Sure you can stock it thoughtlessly, with low-cost, substandard items not fit for the outdoors, but that will just leave you with an annual headache each Spring when you find the whole lot needs to be replaced. Instead, consider investing in these durable and weatherproof items for a more suitable stockpile.

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