They say you can’t buy good taste—but, on the East End, you certainly can gift it.
Wine country has a lot more to offer than just wine.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Let this local bourbon cocktail warm you up.
On December 9, join the Peconic Land Trust, Cornell Cooperative Extension, and Noank Aquaculture Cooperative to learn about a nitrogen sampling study to keep the Peconic clean and oyster-friendly.
A potato base and 28 botanicals make this local spirit.
Long Island Spirits took six years to perfect its gin recipe, which uses their potato vodka as a base.
For the past several months, the inaugural batch of Sag Harbor Rum has been aging in bourbon casks at Long Island Spirits. By late April, the first of the rum was ready to be bottled and on May 1, 1,200 bottles of Sag Harbor Rum will be released for sale on the East End.
Edible is pleased to be a media sponsor of the upcoming “Conservations With” series at Bridge Gardens. The series is called Long Island Grown: Food & Beverage Artisans At Work and will be moderated by Laura Donnelly, local pastry chef and writer for the East Hampton Star.
There’s an easy way to keep up with everything that going on at Long Island Spirits, Long Island first distillery and the home of LiV Vodka, which is made from local potatoes.
This time of year it’s particularly important to be well stocked on drinks supplies. So here are the 8 bottles of liquor (and mixers) — all made in the great state of New York — that will keep you and your loved ones in Manhattans through the New Year and beyond.
These holidays give the gifts that support our food and beverage artisans.
The holidays are a great time to look close by for presents. Local wineries, markets, farms and nonprofits will gladly make up gift baskets and gift certificates. Think about donating open space in someone’s name.