Posts Tagged "sherry"


Lorenzo Americano Cocktail Recipe One of us has an Italian great-grandfather, Lorenzo. Lorenzo immigrated to the US in the era when seeming as English as possible was the preferred integration strategy; so Lawrence or Larry has been a family name ever since. We’re partial to the original Lorenzo, though, and it particularly seemed appropriate as the name for today’s drink, a product of Italo-American cooperation. As David...

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Cask-aged Trident For a while now, we’ve been cycling drinks through our little two liter barrel, trying out the effects of aging on a drink. If you want to try it at home (and we recommend you do. It’s a fun science experiment with a unique and delicious cocktail at the end), the rules are pretty simple: Use a young (i.e. clear) spirit, because they will be most dramatically affected by a little bit of time in a barrel....

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La Perla Cocktail Recipe

La Perla Cocktail Recipe


Posted By on Jun 14, 2017

La Perla Cocktail Recipe When we want to pretend we’re New York bartenders–which is a lot of the time–and even better when we want to pretend we’re New York bartenders shooting the shit with other New York bartenders, we tune in to Damon Boelte and Sother Teague‘s The Speakeasy Podcast. It’s worth tuning in to this week’s episode just to hear guest Katie Stipe tell stories about what it was...

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Pittsburgh Drinks When I was in Pittsburgh for the Three Day Blow conference, one of the other drinks writers I met was journalist Cody McDevitt who, with Pittsburgh bartender Sean Enright, was working on a book chronicling the history of drinking in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Drinks is now published, and Cody was kind enough to send us a copy. Pittsburgh is known as a shot-and-beer town, and I won’t kid you, there are lots of shots...

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Irish Sherry Cobbler Cocktail Recipe Ever since we tasted Service Bar‘s delightfully fancy cobbler at the Glendalough Cocktail Pop Up, cobblers have been on our mind. As we mentioned in previous posts, the cobbler is a very old drink, and to the historical purists not strictly a cocktail; it hit its height of popularity in the mid 19th century, back when the cocktail was a more specific category of drink–and a novel one at...

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