Spring is finally here, which means it’s time for the lighter, more refreshing pours of the year. Sandeman, the world’s leading port and sherry company, is featuring the lightest ingredient of them all: CO2.
The carbonated cocktail trend first emerged last year with extravagant mixologist techniques, such as using scuba tanks for pomp, but this year is all about catering to the at-home enthusiast. The introduction of carbonating appliances allows anyone the chance to grab … Read more
In February, the groundhog predicted that spring would come early. Unfortunately, though, March 21st has come and gone, and winter seems to be slow to leave.
As you eagerly wait for spring to finally arrive, why not indulge in a cocktail? It’s sure to put a spring in your step – whether or not the weather cooperates.
This cocktail was no easy task. About a year ago I set out on a quest to make a peanut cocktail but in a really elegant way and came up with the Peanut Manhattan. This time I’m using peanuts in a whole new way and even a bit tropical. The Aged rum is infused with peanut for 24 hours and then paired it with raspberry syrup, Allspice Dram liqueur and fresh lime juice and the … Read more
Earth Day is just around the corner, and we should all be doing our part to preserve the planet.
Whether it’s bumping up your recycling efforts or taking the extra time to walk or bike to work as a way to reduce your carbon footprint, everyone can make a difference. You can even move the needle with the cocktails you drink!
Want a way to toast responsibly on April 22nd? Try a Swedish Sun cocktail … Read more
This cocktail was inspired by a few factors. Most of all I wanted to take it in a different direction and have been experimenting with flavor combinations that one would think wouldn’t necessarily work well together. The 2 main keys are the bitters and cucumber syrup that play very nicely with each other. Using bitters as a main ingredient isn’t exactly the most common practice, adding that to cucumber syrup then adding gin which gives … Read more
The Nature Conservancy is into Cocktail Culture! They had mixologist Ektoras Binikos create the Blessed Honeycomb Cocktail to celebrate Spring!
The cocktail uses single varietal honey from Bee Raw, which sources its honey from family-owned apiaries across the country. Each variety is derived from a single floral source, giving it distinct color, flavor and aroma; the Basswood honey used in this recipe features herbal notes and a clean finish.