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There are already conclusive reports that this 2015 whiskey season’s stock of Pappy Van Winkle will be far less than there has ever been. The most sought-after expressions are aged 15-, 20- and 23- years, respectively. Creamy, full-flavored, so smooth, big and bold and everything...

The Ravens Club was recently asked to be part of a film project to support and shed light on the great film program over at Washtenaw Community College. Nick and I were interviewed about what we love doing the most: working with drinks. The process...

I was recently contacted by our friend, Mr. Paul Pacult, author of The Spirit Journal and the foremost expert and critic of spirits worldwide, to comment on his yearly "State of the Union" for all things alcohol related. His essay is submitted yearly to the trade journal, Cheers...

Our obsession with bitters started in 2010 when the barmen and I got together on our cocktail bar concept and the idea of creating as much as possible from our own hands. Bitters are a major component in several of our favorite classics like the...

The Ravens Club is the perfect place to book your next party or event. We’ve been called the best spot for cocktails in Ann Arbor by Timeout Chicago and featured in New York Magazine for our award-winning food and drink menus. Make The Ravens Club...

Matthew Rowley calls the Kentucky Mule a “bourbon-fueled harbinger of excess,” and offers a great lesson in the history of the cocktail on his (sadly) now-defunct blog, Rowley’s Whiskey Forge. The original mule—The Moscow Mule—was invented in the 1940s out of necessity as much as cocktail...

July 12 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm | $125.00 Buy tickets here. Come enhance your appreciation of bourbon and increase your knowledge of Kentucky whiskey products at The Filson Bourbon Academy.  This educational seminar and tasting is supported by The Bourbon Review, the Kentucky Distillers Association, and the...

The Dark ‘N Stormy might be the only cocktail that comes with its own law firm. Trademarked cocktail names are rare, but Gosling’s—purveyors of Bermuda rum since 1806—filed two trademark certificates with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to protect the name and composition of...