Champagne may have all the prestige, but these alternative sparkling wines are no poor man’s substitute.
Bitters are the salt and pepper of the cocktail world, an essential part of every good bartender’s toolkit. Yet few drinkers know much about these flavor-packed infusions.
Cayman's annual celebration of all things sip-worthy returns this month with a jam-packed program of tastings, tours and parties. Now in its fifth year,...
Flava catches up with Amba Lamb as she readies for one of the world’s most prestigious bartending competitions: Diageo Reserve World Class.
The island’s most talented mixologists are battling it out over the next two days to earn a place at global cocktail-making contest, Diageo World Class.
Cayman’s leading Italian-born chefs and restaurateurs share a taste of their homeland.
Global sales of this agave-based spirit have doubled in the past four years. What's all the fuss about?
Flava went behind the scenes aboard Celebrity Reflection to find out what it takes to cater 3,000 hungry passengers at sea.
Despite Grand Cayman’s small size, its restaurants offer surprisingly diverse and expansive wine lists.
There are certain dishes that beg for wine; steak is near the top of the list.
Rameses Maranan, best known as Ram, is a familiar face on Cayman’s cocktail scene. The mixologist veteran is now heading up the new bar...
Joy Spence knows a thing or two about fine rum: she's the world’s first female master blender.
Some wine myths contain an element of truth, but most of them are just wrong.
Probably more so than with any other type of wine, there are many misconceptions about rosés.
From storage to pairings, sommelier Greg Whisenant explains the correct way to serve your wine.
One local whisky connoisseur explains why he has such a passion for a wee dram.
Everything you need to know about the bubbly stuff.
Tea Time in Cayman explains the properties of various varieties of brew, from Rooibos to Oolong.
Gin is enjoying a huge revival as bartenders revert to more traditional spirits.
It may be customary to enjoy a biscuit or perhaps a finger sandwich with your cup of tea, but we reckon some gourmet chocolates are the way to go.