October 5, 2007

Liquor Snob Mention in Washington Times

The paparazzi might not be after us yet, but we're feeling like celebrities today. That's because our fearless Editor in Chief was asked to give his expert opinion on one of his favorite subjects - booze, specifically vodka.

The story is about the growth of smaller vodka distilleries and the spirit in general, and while we're not quite sure what he was saying in some of the quotes - our theory is that Mr. Editor in Chief had some pre-interview Moscow Mules - it's a fun read (for us and our moms anyway).

Mom-and-pop vodka distillers have emerged from around the world, with the latest and most unique creations becoming all the rage for discerning drinkers who enjoy them at top bars, chichi hotels, trendy restaurants and upscale liquor stores.

From habanero vodka created in Texas to Vermont vodka infused with maple syrup, the variety for cocktail connoisseurs and mixologists is huge, says Jake Jamieson, the editor in chief of Liquorsnob.com, a popular Web site among discriminating cocktail enthusiasts.

Hear that? We're cocktail enthusiasts, not a bunch of drunks! More at Washington Times

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 5, 2007 8:20 AM
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