What's In My Glass

Who needs flowers when you could have gin?

MOM, The Queen of Gins, was created with the aim of breaking stereotypes. Smooth but distinctive, elegant and rebellious.

The result is a premium gin made with red berries and exotic botanicals that blend into an extremely gentle drink. Its exciting personality results from infusing the gin with red berries after four distillations in copper stills. From now on, gin and tonic will be aromatic and fruity.

What better way to celebrate Mom this Mother’s Day and everyday than with a bottle of berry bursting gin? Its sure to make mom berry happy!

Our Favorite Right Now

Casa Rojo Macho Man Monastrell

Macho Man Monastrell is one of the wines currently marketed by Casa Rojo, each of them conceived as a homage to a different variety of grape grown in various different regions of Spain. The name refers to the strength and resilience of the vine and its grapes as they withstand the baking heat of summer and winter temperatures of well below zero in the north of the Region of Murcia.

Food Pairing:

Cuban Black Beans with Bacon

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Tips For Making an Epic Cheese Board!

The truth is everyone likes their cheese a little different. Some like it savory, some like it sweet, and some like a combination of both.

Cheese. We suggest choosing 4 different types of cheese: aged, firm, soft and blue. Meat. Layer in two or three types of charcuterie — we suggest hard salami, prosciutto, and dry-cured chorizo. Fresh Fruit, Olives and Nuts. For the fall season we suggest figs and walnuts.  Adds a pop of color! Condiments are key. For example, honey. It pairs well with so many different cheeses—especially goat cheese! And finally, bread sticks and crackers. Grab a few different shapes, flavors and sizes to give the board some personality.

Place the cheeses down first and then throw everything else around them. Things can hang off the board, they can be tucked into each other, add some of the fresh fruit when you need a colorful moment, and Voila!

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