Drinks

Ancient Italians Were Beer Aficionados

You guys all know I’m a big fan of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, Delaware, right? Well, they really outdid themselves with their most recent Ancient Ales beer. Dogfish’s Sam Calagione recruited biomolecular archeologist Dr. Patrick McGovern to take a pilgrimage to Tuscany and the 8th century B.C. Etruscan tombs. With the help of

Italian Coffee Roasters

Italian Roasters

Italian coffee history  begins at the Salerno medical school when texts written between the 10th and 13th centuries mentioned the dark brew. Probably due to the high cost, coffee disappeared from Europe completely thereafter. Only in 1615 did Venetian merchants again bring coffee beans to the European continent.

Campari: The True Kiss of La Dolce Vita

Has love ever turned a bad eye on you? Your mate took and took until the last thing left to take was your heart. Tossing it aside like one would a peach pit when there is nothing sweet left to taste. The emotional drain guides you through a bevy of feelings until one day there