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In keeping with this week’s Mad Men theme, we are reviewing the Hiram Walker Creme de Menthe. Creme de Menthe was incredibly popular in the 1960’s and for good reason – it’s delicious. It makes me sad that we miss out on so much that is yummy and good by wanting to do the opposite of what our parents and grandparents did. I really think that we lose out on some truly delicious food and drink that way. Sometimes, we are rescued from the error of our ways by a glimmer through the vastness of time. That glimmer for the 1960’s is Mad Men. And, lucky for us, the fashion, the food and most importantly, the drink has come roaring back.
Just like when you were a kid—only better. Tiny marshmallows not included! A great alternative or addition to this recipe is 1 oz of Baileys Mint Chocolate. Mmm!… Read more
It’s Mixology Monday again and this month were are hosted by Chuck Taggart at The Gumbo Pages. Chuck picked the Amaro as the theme. If you don’t know what Amaro is, it is a variety of Italian herbal liqueur, commonly drunk as an after-dinner digestif. Amarai are typically made with herbs, roots, flowers, bark, and/or citrus peels steeped in alcohol, mixed with sugar and aged. Common brands are Fernet Branca, Cynar, and Luxardo. Even Jägermeister … Read more
Our friends at p.i.n.k. Vodka are ready for St. Patrick’s Day and created this new cocktail for this years celebration. Vodka laced with guarana and caffeine mixed with Irish cream and creme de menthe all served up in a chocolate laced martini glass. Green chocolatey goodness.… Read more