Posts Tagged "bourbon"


Sinner Takes Manhattan Cocktail Recipe One of our proudest moment is when a friend first designs their own cocktail. Back in July, we spent a weekend in New Hampshire with a bunch of college friends. One of them, Dash, had just come back from a trip to Europe, with a bottle of absinthe as a souvenir. ‘What can I make with this?’ he asked. We had some sweet and dry vermouth on hand; so we made Half Sinner/Half Saints....

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Summer Cocktail Recipe: Kentucky Summer Sangria We like to greet the arrival of a new season with a special sangria for the occasion. In an act of possible over-exuberance, we actually welcomed winter with three different sangria recipes. As summer comes around the corner, it’s time for a new sangria. We were in a boozy mood when we created this one, using as much Bourbon as we do wine (though compensating with more soda than...

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Derby Day Cocktail Recipe: Bourbon Daisy Welcome to the Friday of an aggressive week of ‘days.’ This week, we’ve already covered the fact that it’s Mother’s Day (make this perfect cocktail for your mom), and Cinco de Mayo, and Kentucky Derby week. If you’re still recovering from one too many of these or these Cinco de Mayo drinks, you can think of today as a breather day…if only to get ready for Derby Day...

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Derby Day Cocktail Recipe: Mint Julep This week, we’ve already covered the fact that it’s Mother’s Day, and Cinco de Mayo. It seems it’s also Kentucky Derby week. How do we not get a day off? Don’t three minors equal a major? We might be working during the day, but there are plenty of great classic cocktails to divert us in the evening. The mint julep is, of course, the most famous of Derby cocktails, as...

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NOLA Week: Who Let in the Brit? Inspired by some research for a New Orleans themed party that never happened, we’re spending the week celebrating New Orleans’ long and illustrious relationship with the cocktail. Thus far, we’ve covered the classic Ramos Gin Fizz and the Auntie Saz, our spin on the Sazerac. Today, we introduce our variation on the classic Pimm’s Cup. Pimm’s isn’t a New Orleans...

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