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This whiskey smash recipe is elevated with a few twists, like cherry-infused whiskey, for a crisp, sweet and refreshing cocktail.

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Cool off with this cocktail recipe incorporating lemonade, cherry-infused whiskey and a craft whiskey seltzer.

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Named for Detroit native Bob Seger, this whiskey cocktail recipe with chile liqueur and cherry whiskey is an ode to Michigan.

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Have no fear, gluten-free folks! Tequila is perfectly all right for you to drink. Tequila is made from fermenting the juice from the blue agave plant, which has a core called piña because it looks a little like a pineapple. Once the piña is harvested, it's brought to a distillery to be roasted to unleash its juices, which are fermented, distilled and aged before being bottled.

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And yes, the city is in Jalisco. It's the birthplace of the iconic drink, where indigenous Mexicans would ferment the juice of the blue agave before it became the staple it is now. Many distilleries are still based in the town, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2006.

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Life might be a standstill for most of us, but spring has arrived in all its glory. It’s little wonder that thousands of people, tired of being homebound, are itching to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Taking a long walk is a great idea, of course, one that most of us are enjoying — too many, in some cases. On March 23, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy issued a statement urging people to stay off the beloved footpath. It seems so many people are escaping to the 2,200-mile trail that trailhead parking lots are exceeding capacity, there are long waits for picnic tables, and trash cans and privies are overflowing. Many of the trail’s most popular spots are experiencing record-breaking crowds — which is completely antithetical to social distancing. Since the trail, which runs through 14 states, is the responsibility of the National Park Service, which has not officially closed the trail, there is little local authorities can do little to keep people away. It’s incumbent upon all of us nature lovers to do our part. Please stay off the trail until the all-clear is sounded. There are plenty of other places to walk.

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