We recently attended a special event held by our friends at Nirvino where Tres Agave Tequila Ambassador Eric Ruben demonstrated the the fine art of the perfect margarita. Eric keeps his Margaritas simple: 2 parts tequila, 1 part agave, and 1 part lime juice. Shaken and served on the rocks.
Tres Agave Tequila comes to us from the San Francisco Tequila Bar of the same name. The Company produces their own 100% agave tequila as … Read more
New links for the week!
Ad Week distills Vodka branding
What are America’s drunkest cities? Men’s Health knows the answer
The Science of Cocktails returns to San Francisco
100 things restaurant staffers should never do
Paul Clarke searches for the perfect hangover cure
Happy New Year! Back to the grind, at least we are 1/2 through the first week. Only 51 more to go.
The Barkeeper has publisher another issue, including a Random Drink Story from his upcoming book B.A.S.T.A.R.D.S,
Amaze your friends with the ice ball maker from Japan. It presses cubes into sphere. Cool!
SF Weekly has a list of tasty beer cocktails.
The Bottoms Up Beer Filler. Still trying to completely figure this one out,
This week’s links for the New Year!
2011 will see the debut of Ron de Jeremy. Yes, Ron Jeremy has his own rum.
GigaOm reports that we’ll be able to pay our tabs by iPhone soon.
Create a lovely flower vase out your old cocktail shaker.
2010 in cocktails according to Serious Eats’ Paul Clarke.
Jeffrey Morgenthaler talks barrel-aged cocktails.
Learn how whiskeys are rated.
The worst drinking trends of 2010.
Just in time for the Holidays, it this weeks boozy links
Broke Ass Stuart shows how to make a set of Liquor Bottle Lights
Yawn – Grub Street writes ANOTHER article debating free pouring vs. measuring. Answer – depends on mixing vessel and experience. It really is that simple.
Valet. shares some Holiday cocktails made with beer from Joe doe in NYC
Menuism has 10 tips for a perfect Holiday Party
5 Cocktail Predictions for
This week’s roundup of libatious links:
He’Brew shows how to build a beer menorah.
UK storm strands 7 lucky people in a pub.
Nine vodkas for non-vodka lovers.
Mark Leno tries to bring some sense to the ABC.
Eight cocktails of Hanukkah.
Rachel Maddow talks garnish etiquette.
Way back in 1933 the USA was gripped with an economic depression and to make matters worse, a prohibition on alcohol. The Eighteenth Amendment, “Prohibition,” set the act of getting a decent cocktail back years. Unless of course you were rich, then one could still get the good stuff (with a doctor’s note). The great bartenders all fled to Europe or Latin America as they were now outlaws at home. Drinkers were forced to go … Read more