Posts Tagged "lime"


Death in the Gulf Stream Cocktail Recipe Our favorite drink from our time in Detroit was Amanda Mentzer’s Worse for Wear. We mentioned in our write-up on it last week that it’s based on a Hemingway hangover cure. Looking into it further, we discovered that the Hemingway original was in fact the product of the meeting of two of history’s titans of drink: Hemingway, of course, and Charles H. Baker. Baker was a...

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Ti’ Punch Cocktail Recipe

Ti’ Punch Cocktail Recipe


Posted By on Oct 3, 2017

Ti’ Punch Cocktail Recipe During Tiki Week, one of the recipes we considered featuring was Ti’ Punch. In the end, though, it was beat out in the proto-tiki category by Planter’s Punch. We kind of forgot about Ti’ Punch until our friend Dan essentially demanded we write about it after we all heard the hosts and guests of The Speakeasy Podcast sipping them. If you’re interested in cocktails this podcast, by...

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Tiki Week: By the way, what is Tiki? We’re not island types. It’s not a mistake that our entire adult lives have been spent in big, hard-charging, businesslike cities. We know, however, that a key to successful urban living is, every once in a while, escaping to the beach. We follow the practice in real life, and we thought it was about time we did the same in our cocktail consumption. So, this week we’re dipping our...

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Pittsburgh’s Caipirinha Cocktail Recipe We mentioned yesterday that it took what seems to us a very long time before it occurred to anyone to try to mix multiple liquors together in a single drink. To give due credit to our mixological forefathers, they had much more material to work with doing things the ‘old fashioned’ way than we might expect . To the taste, the light and citrusy caipirinha and the somewhat...

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