Posts Tagged "egg white"


The White Lady Cocktail Recipe As was the case with last week’s Cuba Libre, the White Lady makes an appearance in an Ernest Hemingway story, but not a favorable one. In Islands in the Stream, our hero Hudson is about to head off to the neighborhood bar for a drink, but his domestic helper suggests that maybe he should just have one at home instead. It seems that Bobby the bartender is in a foul mood because his bar has been...

Read More

Lyon Liqueurs: Coffee Rum A while ago, Lyon Distilling, a rum maker on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, was kind enough to provide us with samples of most of their products. We had such a good time tasting, experimenting with, and writing about their excellent and interesting rums that we had to leave their liqueurs for another time. To our great delight, we finally had the chance to return to Lyon and its liqueurs this week. Today, we...

Read More
Cole Porter Cocktail Recipe

Cole Porter Cocktail Recipe


Posted By on Feb 2, 2017

Cole Porter Cocktail Recipe Thumbing through our Waldorf Astoria Bar Book recently, we ran across this nice little variation on a whiskey sour. We like the bit of funk the sherry brings, and we always prefer our sours with an egg white foam; to us, the light texture of the foam brings a refinement to a drink that¬†could otherwise be a bit too obvious. The drink is named after one of the famous hotel’s most famous residents, the...

Read More

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...

Read More

Where We’ve Been Drinking: James Street Gastropub & Speakeasy At this conference in Pittsburgh for food and drink writers, we ended the one of the evenings by dispersing to various Pittsburgh night spots. One of the recommended venues, James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy,¬†was conveniently located just a few doors down from where I was staying. On a first glance, the ‘pub’ part was easier to see than the...

Read More