Add modern, international cuisine to the traditional foods that were developed over thousands of years and what do you get? Lithuania, the next Foodie destination.
Whiskey & Wine
Welcome to the “spirited” part of Spirited Travelers. Here you’ll find tasting notes from the whiskeys and wines we’ve enjoyed on our travels.
The Langlander, Jack Strong and Wild Fields Silesian Beskid whiskies are made (mostly) in Poland and are relatively new to the market.
During a recent visit to the Champagne region, we compared vintage Champagnes with non-vintage ones. How did the Champagnes differ and was the difference worth the extra money?
Starka, a Polish liquor similar to whiskey, was the drink of Polish nobility and dates from the 15th century. It’s available again today, so what does it taste like?
The top reasons to go to this Mediterranean isle are the sun and the sea; should the local wines, made from varietals found only these islands, also be a reason to visit?
What’s the best kind of souvenir? For us, one of the best kind is to recreate a delicious meal from someplace we’ve visited and add that recipe to our regular menu.