Posts Tagged "grenadine"


The Nora Highball Cocktail Recipe When we returned from the hospital on November 4th, it felt like high time for a drink. One of us had been waiting for one for 9 months, nine hot, uncomfortable, tired and tiring months. Then she had to wait another week. Then, she endured five days of contractions to the point of utter exhaustion and excruciating pain. Somehow, all of this hardship proved worth it that miraculous moment when our baby...

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Ward 8 Cocktail Recipe

Ward 8 Cocktail Recipe


Posted By on Nov 24, 2017

Ward 8 Cocktail Recipe When we did our part in the revival of the once endangered West End of Boston with a couple of rounds of drinks at Ward 8, we were tempted by, but did not order, its namesake cocktail, there being too many other good options. In retrospect, while we enjoyed the drinks we had, we feel bad overlooking Ward 8. It’s a good drink, and a rare classic cocktail with a Boston origin. Its connection to the West End...

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Where to Drink in Athens: Clumsies A friend of a friend gave us a handful of suggestions of good cocktail places in Athens. As we did a bit of research into them, we were intrigued to see that one of them described itself as an all-day cocktail bar. This seemed like the kind of concept we could get behind. Also, it was pretty convenient, since we had only 24 hours in Athens and wanted to get as good an idea of the cocktail scene as...

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Hemingway Drinks: Harry’s Jack Rose Cocktail Recipe While we were doing our research for Daiquiri Week, Ernest Hemingway really caught our attention. How could he not? Legend has it that he once consumed 17 of them in a single sitting at the Floridita bar. In honor of the feat, the Floridita named one of their Daiquiri recipes–though not the one he was drinking–after him. That story is just one of many that make...

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Royal Clover Club Cocktail Recipe In our search for a good recipe to feature Glendalough’s new Wild Botanical Gin, we ran across this one. It’s not a subtle enough drink to allow a fine gin to distinguish itself; so we went with the more gin-centric, delicately modified Fairbanks No. 2 instead. On its own terms, though, this is a delicious drink. We’ve bemoaned before the modern–in our opinion unnecessarily...

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