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Rum is really hot right now and Ron Diplomático rum is some of the best you can get. Tune in and get a primer on rum on a brand new episode of The Speakeasy, as Damon Boelte is joined by Manny Pena, brand rep for Ron Diplomático. Find out what goes into making great rum, how different distillation processes can drastically change the end product and why the potential for rum is still mostly untapped domestically. Whether you like Tiki drinks, daiquiris or just plain old rum n coke's - tune in and learn something new about rum! This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"Brown [liquor] is hot. Inexpensive products for the masses that are also premium are doing well right now." [18:00]

"Imagine if you were in Louisiana in 1950 - as creative as you want to be (making drinks) you wouldn't have access to so many great ingredients." [21:00]

--Manny Pena on The Speakeasy


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This week on Arts & Seizures, host Mike Edison and guest co-host Kimberly Wetherell of Spirited, a dessert speakeasy in NYC are talking New York City history by means of booze! Welcoming Bridget Firtle of Owney's NYC Rum and Kevin Fitzpatrick of The Dorothy Parker Society. Distilled in small batches by hand from all-natural, non-GMO, high test molasses in an old factory warehouse in NYC, Bridget gives Mike and Kimberly some information about rum's history in the country and how it was implemented in some historic recipes. Kevin is also the author of "The Lost Algonquin Round Table: Humor, Fiction, Journalism, Criticism and Poetry From America's Most Famous Literary Circle," that speaks on the celebrated group of New York City writers, critics, actors and wits that met for lunch each day at the Algonquin Hotel from 1919 until roughly 1929. Prompting a fun talk among the group, Kevin shares that at these luncheons they engaged in wisecracks, wordplay and witticisms that, through the newspaper columns of Round Table members, were disseminated across the country. Tune in for a boozy show and learn about some NYC history in the process! This program was brought to you by Roberta's Pizza.

"We're actually the world's first all-female distillery!" [4:58]

"Rum was actually America's first spirit, the first spirit we distilled in this country - so important throughout the history of the US and drinking." [6:13]

--Bridget Firtle on Arts & Seizures


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Welcome to PUNCH Radio! PUNCH radio is, first and foremost, about seeing people, a place or a time through the lens of drinking. The show expands upon PUNCH magazine's existing narratives taking the theme and subject of a story several steps further with an in-depth discussion between hosts and guest—whether it be the writer, an agave farmer, a band member, a distiller or a designer. On the inaugural episode, hosts Talia Baiocchi and Leslie Pariseau explore the wonderful world of Tiki drinks with three incredible guests. Hear from the legendary Tiki Adam, Beachbum Berry and Joe Desmond. Learn about the origins of Tiki drink culture and it's recent revival. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"The beauty of Tiki is the diversity of how you can express yourself within this subculture." [05:00]

"The now is all social media, digital, etc. Tiki, to me, is an escape from that. The saddest thing I see at any given bar is the illuminated faces of people not interacting with each other. It breaks my heart to see a TV in a Tiki bar, it's antithetical to the whole Tiki movement." [17:00]

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"When you're a home bartender you have all the time in the world to make a drink to its full potential." [42:00]

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