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Not only is September Bourbon Heritage Month, Jimmy Russell, Wild Turkey’s Master Distiller is celebrarting his 58th year making Bourbon. Here’s their twist on the venerable Manhattan.
Raise a toast to Jimmy for giving this fine Kentucky Bourbon. … Read more
This cocktail is duly named after its wonderful color scheme and also because of its many layers of flavors. The Ginger gives the Mezcal a perfect amount of spice, the strawberry cools it down and then the celery purée adds a wonderful green layer to the mix and what you have is a great Summer time cocktail.… Read more
It’s time for Champagne! Add a little ginger kick to your sparkling wine to celebrate the holidays. This sparkler is festive yet simple, so it’s perfect for Christmas and New Year’s.
Happy Holidays from Drink of the Week!
1/2 oz ginger syrup*
4 to 6 oz sparkling wine
Pour ginger syrup in the bottom of a Champagne flute or coupe, the top off with sparkling wine to taste.
1/2 cup … Read more
1.5 oz Belvedere Vodka
½ oz ginger syrup
½ oz lemon juice
2 oz Tru Blood Beverage
Pour 2 oz Tru Blood Beverage over ice into a highball glass. Shake the rest of the ingredients and layer over the Tru Blood, will cause a two-tone effect. Garnish with a slice of ginger and slice of blood orange.
Courtesy of HBO and Belvedere Vodka.… Read more
Here’s our regular Friday cocktail from our friends at Hawaiirama as part of their regular Hawaii cocktail coverage.
Awapuhi is the Hawaiian word for a native ginger plant and this cocktail definitely has a nice, spicy ginger kick. The taste is fresh, complex and slightly sweet with a mild ginger heat. The Awapuhi is a signature cocktail at the The Red Bar, the boite located at noted Chef Bev Gannon’s Wailea joint, A Pacific View … Read more
Spring is here! In honor of this beautiful season, here’s a low-calorie cocktail inspired by Thai flavors that’s perfect for this time of year. This drink clocks in at about 90 calories as-is but you can adjust it to your own taste by adding more liquor and more sugar to make it more similar to a classic mojito.… Read more