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Wayne Curtis

Wayne Curtis is the author of And a Bottle of Rum: A History of the New World in Ten Cocktails and has written frequently about cocktails, spirits, travel, and history for many publications, including the Atlantic, the New York Times, Imbibe, Punch, the Daily Beast, Sunset, the Wall Street Journal, and Garden & Gun. He lives in New Orleans.

Recipes

Barrel-Aged Gin Martini

Swapping old gin for new in this twist on the classic gin martini

Drinks

Gin Revival

A spirit rediscovers its bygone days in the barrel

Drinks

Warm and Fuzzies

The freshest ways to sip and savor the South’s beloved summer peaches

Drinks

Peach Infused Rum Cocktail (a.k.a. Bob from Carskadon)

Named after a bar regular who has a strong inclination toward rum, the key to this cocktail is the peach-infused liquor

Drinks

Here’s to Ten: G&G Punch

An original anniversary libation by Houston bartender Alba Huerta salutes the South

Video

Cocktails

How to Make a Rum Old-Fashioned

Step-by-step instructions for an old-fashioned changeup

Drinks

Bourbon and Beans

An evolved outlook on coffee perks up the cocktail scene

Drinks

Rum Old-Fashioned

A slight variation on the classic of classics

Conservation

Winged Victory

At Audubon’s Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary in Louisiana, to save the birds, you have to save the marsh