Photo via Isla Austin Have you heard? Martine Honeysuckle Liqueur is the newest endeavor from the people who brought you Dripping Springs Vodka and Paula’s Limoncello.  Martine? What does that mean? After a quick Google search, I found that Martine is often used as a female name. As a name fanatic and I love that each of our names mean something unique and beautiful. Martine comes from French origin and means energetic, resolute and determined woman who could appear calm, reserved, strong and self-assured.  Most English speaking…Continue Reading “Martine Honeysuckle Liqueur”

Liquor VS Liqueur Liquor and liqueur are two words most Americans don’t understand.  Literary junkies call words like this false friends. False friends are words in two languages (or letters in two alphabets) that look or sound similar, but differ significantly in meaning. Now that we have that covered, let’s chat about liquor for a bit. Keep in mind, the term liquor does not include beer, wine, or cider, as they are only fermented but not distilled.  Liquor refers to distilled beverages, some people call them spirits -…Continue Reading “Liquor Vs Liqueur”