Posts Tagged "coconut"


Go Go Rickey Cocktail Recipe

Go Go Rickey Cocktail Recipe


Posted By on Aug 9, 2017

Go Go Rickey Cocktail Recipe Last weekend, we were invited to a showing of Darius Frank’s award-winning art exhibit Things I Love/d, his memorial to things that have been lost in DC’s quickly changing cityscape and his tentative embrace of what’s new. The contest Frank won was sponsored by Bombay Sapphire; and they were kind enough to not just host the contest but to bring the drinks as well. The art was moody and...

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Hemingway Drinks: Green Isaac’s Special Cocktail Recipe We’ve spent this week celebrating the larger than life exploits of one of the brightest stars in the drinkers’ constellation by sharing five of our favorite recipes from Philip Greene’s To Have and Have Another, a tour of the drinks from Ernest Hemingway’s life and writings. We hope our teaser inspires you to read the whole thing, a fun and...

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Drink Like the French: Pam Pam in French Riviera + Coconut Rum Cocktail Recipe We spent five glorious days on the French Riviera. We stayed in the charming medieval town of Antibes, on a little peninsula into the Mediterranean between Nice and Cannes. Our apartment was about ten minutes from a sparkling blue beach and about five minutes from the winding, narrow, flower-bedecked streets of old town. After a few days of relaxing by the...

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Election Mocktail: The On Lime Voter During graduate school, one of Steph’s projects was a study on making the voting process more efficient and modern. What if voting didn’t involve long, slow lines and great, big voter registration rolls and arcane, hard to read ballots? In a whirl of optimism, naivete, and forward-looking, she went into the project asking, ‘If texts and online voting work for American Idol, why...

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Temperatures have hovered in the upper 80s this past week in DC. And my friends in Boston did a beach day on Saturday. And let’s not get started about the year-round summer weather my family in So Cal experiences [though I did hear to everyone’s surprise that it rained for 2 whole days, straight(!) in July]. Septummer is clearly a real thing; don’t tell me it’s not. And in case you thought yesterday, September...

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