With fresh fruit and herbs filling area produce stands, summer is the perfect time to mix up a smash. What is a smash? Imbibe provided a brief history of the cocktail in their Summer 2013 issue
This month’s MxMo theme hosted by Thiago of Bartending Notes was pineapple. In an effort to give the king of fruits his due I racked my brain for a cocktail that incorporated one of my favorite fruits
I have a tendency to procrastinate. This month’s Mixology Monday posts is a prime example of how I pushed something off until the last minute and then panicked.
Growing up in Salem, New Hampshire there was not a lot to do. One of our hang out of choice during high school was the Barnes & Noble Cafe
The work of the Temperance Movement ultimately manifested itself in the Eighteenth Amendment, which prohibited the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors
Spring is starting to poke its head around the South. Azaleas, camellias, and dog woods are filling our sleepy Spanish moss draped backyard with color.
I had my first whiskey sour sometime in college. I can’t recall what kind of whiskey we used, but I assume it was probably Jim Beam. As for the mixer, I’m more than certain we used a bottled sour mix
Until a week ago I had never heard of the spirit called Applejack. Apparently back in Colonial times when strapping men were settling this great land of ours they produced a lot of apples. These apples were made into cider
One bar tale holds the Southside was created during Prohibition Era by gangsters on Chicago’s South Side to hide the flavor of the bath tub gin they were distributing.