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It is cold, so why not warm up with a fun tea based cocktail. Created by based Christopher Coccagna a Certified Tea Specialist from the Specialty Tea Institute of America! In 2010, he began his journey of crafting and blending artisan teas and tisanes which led to the formation of T-WE TEA. His company aims to spread its message of finding beauty in all natural, flavor-additive free tea. Coccagna’s goal is to push the envelope … Read more
Don’t want to grow a itchy stash to celebrate Movember? Drink a MOtinez, created by Aviation Gin’s Ryan Magarian, and then click over to the Movember website and get involved!
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The Zombie came on the scene in the 1930s at Don the Beachcomber in Los Angles. Invented by the Beachcomber, the original recipe was held close to his heart. In fact, the following recipe is most likely an approximation. Due to the mystery surrounding the recipe, their are several variations of the Zombie Recipe.… Read more
The Corpse Reviver #2 is one the most popular of the Corpse Reviver family of cocktails. It first appeared in famed barman, Harry Cradock’s, The Savoy Cocktail Book in the 1930s. The name tells tit all cocktail. This drink will revive your ‘corpse’ after a hard night of drinking. The Corpse Reviver #2 is the classic ‘Hair of the Dog’ approach to curing a hangover, keep on drinking!
Of course, curing a hangover in this … Read more
The concept of this drink was based on Spanish Horchata (rice milk). However I have been longing to work with Pumpkin for a couple years now and this Halloween gave me the perfect excuse. The Pumpkin really goes nicely with the rice milk and the Bourbon blends in perfectly giving the overall profile nice warm tones.
The Manhattan cocktail may be the best know whiskey cocktail. Of course, the aren’t forgetting the Old Fashioned, OK maybe it is a tie. Although it’s origins are in dispute (like most cocktails), the Manhattan cocktail originated in Manhattan (Surprise!) sometime during the 1870’s.
Served up or on the rocks, a basic Manhattan cocktail consists of Bourbon or Rye, purists insist on Rye, sweet vermouth and Angostura bitters. Unless asked for it a proper Manhattan … Read more
Hemingway didn’t just write great novels. Papa was a world class drinker. The man does have a Daiquiri named after him, after all. The Hemingway Daiquiri was created by Constantino Ribalaigua at El Floridita, in Havana during the author’s time living there. They say that Hemingway ordered these by the double, giving the drink the nickname “Papa Dobles”. … Read more
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