Posts Tagged "baldwin and sons trading company"


Baldwin & Sons Trading Co., Vol. 2 By now we’ve probably made our admiration of Baldwin & Sons Trading Company pretty clear (here, here, here, and here). While it certainly has competition (Drink and Waypoint, for instance), we think that this quirky Chinese restaurant in the unassuming Boston suburb of Woburn creates the best cocktail experience within 20 miles of Fenway Park. Our only complaint is that we’d run...

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12 Drinks of Christmas 2016: Girl from Ipanema Cocktail Recipe Happy holidays! It’s the time of the year for holiday decorations, twinkling lights, warm spices, and a rolling series of parties, gatherings, and celebrations. For the second year in a row, we’ll be adding to the festivities with twelve drinks to make all of those parties just a little merrier and brighter. Anyone following us recently knows that our current...

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Throwing your Drink I wrote at the beginning of the week that I was back in Boston a couple of weekends ago and–though my latest obsession in the Boston cocktail scene is Baldwin & Sons Trading Company–I made it a point to return to an old standard, Drink in Fort Point. I failed to mention that I also went to Baldwin & Sons the day before. Their drinks continue to be spectacular, but since their menu is rather...

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World’s Fair Cocktail Recipe Sadly we weren’t able to join our friends on their recent return trip to Baldwin & Sons Trading Co; it’s a little bit of a journey for them, out to Woburn, but a much bigger one for us. Thankfully, Baldwin & Sons are quite generous with their recipes, printing them right in the menu. So, we mixed one at home and joined in remotely (and time-delayed) from DC. The favorite of the...

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Playing with Acid As we mentioned last month, we’ve recently noticed acid creeping into our cocktail menus. When our first attempt to use it ourselves went terribly wrong, we decided that this trend bears further investigations–and that we’d use more conventional alternatives until such time as we’d learned more about how and–perhaps even more importantly–why to use acid instead. Well, our friends...

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