Posts Tagged "lemon"


Where you should be drinking: Centrolina We were headed from work to a show and needed a place for dinner that was on the way from the one to the other. We also wanted the food to be good. And, as always,¬†the chance of a decent cocktail was a must. Oh, and a patio. It was a beautiful day. It took us a moment, but we finally realized that Centrolina in City Center was the place to go. We too often forget City Center. It’s a...

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Joe Redding’s Julep Recipe

Joe Redding’s Julep Recipe


Posted By on May 5, 2017

Joe Redding’s Julep Recipe If you’re a consistent Roberts & June reader, you may have noticed that we’ve been spending this week on fortified wines, correcting our earlier misperceptions and adding to our catalog. We indeed have one more fortified wine post, but we thought we’d postpone it to next week in honor of today’s first batch of fresh mint from our garden and tomorrow’s Kentucky Derby....

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Garrick Club Punch Recipe As we mentioned in our special week on the topic not so long ago, we’re late but enthusiastic converts to punch. We long stood¬†firmly on the cocktail side of the argument; then we met a true, honest-to-goodness punch from its 18th century heyday, and we were immediately smitten. Punch is the cocktail’s older, English cousin. It was born of something like necessity. When English sailors ran out of...

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Blackberry Cognac Daisy Cocktail Recipe We’re spending this week acquainting ourselves with a very old, mostly forgotten class of cocktail called the Daisy, a sort of sour with something(s) extra. It’s a deliciously refreshing and aptly named cocktail for the current season of warming temperatures and blooming flowers. Yesterday, we shared and used Waldorf barman Frank Caiafa’s Make-Your-Own-Daisy rules. We highly...

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Purple Pisco Daisy Cocktail Recipe We’re spending this week acquainting ourselves with a very old, mostly forgotten class of cocktail called the Daisy, a sort of sour with something(s) extra. It’s a deliciously refreshing and aptly named cocktail for the current season of warming temperatures and blooming flowers. One of the things we like about the daisy is how much room for experimentation it allows. We’re big fans...

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