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Get the inside scoop with The Creative Cocktail.

Recipes, tips, special events and more from the WB Liquors team.

Get the inside scoop with The Creative Cocktail.


Recipes, tips, special events and more from the WB Liquors team.





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Storing Your Wine

Unopened Wine Keep it in the dark Store all wines away from light; especially direct sun light and fluorescent fixtures. Store on their side
 If a wine bottle is stored upright for an extended period of time, their corks will dry out, allowing air to get into the wine and eventually spoiling it. Storing it…

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Spicy Thai Shrimp Salad

Summer is a time for eating light to keep that body in shape for all those pool parties or beach days. Try this spicy Thai salad to give your taste buds a kick. Enjoy it as an appetizer, a snack or a light lunch. Cool off and wash it all down with a glass of…

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Break Out The Bubbly

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The Importance Of Aging

Ever wonder why aging is such a big deal when it comes to spirits? Let us shed some light on the subject. Aside from specific product categories such as whiskey, brandy or vodka, another method for classifying distilled spirits is aged or non-aged. Vodka, gin, neutral spirits and some types of rum and brandy are…

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​Wine Varietals

Wine Varietals You are on your way to becoming a wine speaker! Learn all about the most common wine types from around the world. Barbera Very widely planted in Italy; more than Sangiovese and Nebbiolo, Barbera is a grape known for its tarry character and low-tannins. Cabernet Franc Closely related to the familiar Cabernet Sauvignon,…

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It’s All About Sugar

The carbohydrates used for making distilled spirits are of two basic types: those containing a high concentration of natural sugars and those containing other carbohydrates that can easily be converted to sugars by enzymes. Among the most commonly used materials with high sugar contents are grapes, sugarcane, agave, molasses and not surprisingly, sugar itself. Starches…

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Party-Planning Guide

When it comes to planning a party, deciding on what drinks to serve and how many of them to buy can be time consuming and possibly stressful. Reduce your stress and save some time using this party-planning guide. Whether it’s a lunch, dinner or a late night get together, let this guide become your party-planning…

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