What Is Liqueur, & The History Of Liqueur, For National Liqueur Day

October 16th is National Liqueur Day, so celebrate with a shot of your favorite. But first, what is a liqueur? Pronounced lih-CUR in French and lih-KYOOR by some Americans, it’s one of a group of after-dinner drinks that also includes eau de vie, cordial and schnapps. Most people—including American producers and importers—use these terms interchangeably.…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Cinnamon Coffee

It’s easy to brew delicious cinnamon coffee with any coffee maker. Photo courtesy McCormick.   If you enjoy cinnamon coffee, here’s a recipe from McCormick, that adds real cinnamon to your ground coffee for a far more exciting flavor. (Commercial cinnamon-flavored coffee uses an extract to flavor the beans.) The coffee is brewed with brown…
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