Gin Drink Recipes
This St. Patrick’s Day we thought it was time for a green cocktail that’s a little different.
The little bit of celery juice and mint add a fresh spring flavor and scent. Use your best gin in this one, as the flavor really comes through and the other ingredients are a good compliment to that spirit.
One of the most difficult parts about creating these new drinks is naming them. We had a good laugh … Read more
March 12 marks the birthday of the woman credited as the inspiration for the World War II icon Rosie the Riveter.
A true American icon, whose can-do spirit captured the hearts and minds of Americans for decades,
Rose Will Monroe was a Jill-of-all trades out of necessity, and a fun loving, ambitious woman by nature. She joined thousands of Kentuckians who left their rural homes during World War II in search of good-paying defense jobs.… Read more
It’s Mixology Monday again, and this month’s hosts are Thinking of Drinking and North Shore Distillery’s Sonja Kassebaum. She has deemed this month’s theme to be absinthe, why because she simply adores the stuff. I am sure the cocktails coming forth from this one will surely not disappoint.
I decided to go call up a classic, the Monkey Gland. This classic cocktail was either created at by Harry MacElhone at his Harry’s New York Bar … Read more
We love punches for the Holidays, they never seem to disappoint guests or host. This one from Beefeater 24 Gin is no exception, it’ll warm your soul on a cold winter night.
What better way to celebrate everything you’re thankful for than with a sparkling cocktail made withseasonal fruit? This light Thanksgiving cocktail is the perfect accompaniment to the heavy meal that makes Turkey Day one of my favorite days of the year.
I recommend making it with gin — the juniper is a nice herbal counterbalance to the sweetness of the pear. However, it tastes great with vodka, too. I’m sure there wasn’t any prosecco or
Halloween means one thing, OK, maybe more that one thing, but one is certainly candy! And what is the most popular? Candy corn.
Invented in the 1880s at the Wunderle Candy Company, candy corn os meant to mimic a whole kernel of corn. Today candy companies produce nearly 35 million pounds of the corn candy each year.
How big is candy corn? So big it needs it’s own day, so as not compete with Halloween. … Read more
What’s a Halloween party without the blood? Here’s a blood-red Halloween cocktail for your dark rituals.
Don’t be frightened by the inclusion of beets. They’re a great dye and impart only a very mild sweet and earthy taste to the drink.