via Liquor “It is widely known that Ernest Hemingway enjoyed a drink or two and that he was quite picky about what he was drinking – he definitely had his preferences and the Daiquiri was one of them.” -Colleen Graham Related Posts: Ernest Hemingway – biography (nobelprize.org) The Ernest Hemingway Home… Read More →
via bluejeangourmet Anyone remember Kenan & Kel? Remember how much Kel loved orange soda? Well, that’s pretty much how I feel about both rum and popsicles. So, when I came across these Mojito popsicles… I pretty much did cartwheels. That said, it’s with childish glee that I bring you guys this recipe… Read More →
via Home Speakeasy. Head over to Home Speakeasy for this cocktail recipe by Jon & Jen. The story is that he wanted to recreate the flavors of a key lime doughnut as an alcoholic beverage.
Supposedly invented in 1938 by Walter Bergeron, the head bartender at the Monteleone Hotel in New Orleans, it’s named after the French term for what’s called ”The French Quarter” … le Vieux Carré (“Old Square”) via Liquor.com INGREDIENTS 3/4 oz Rye whiskey 3/4 oz Cognac 3/4 oz Noilly Prat Rouge Vermouth 1 tsp Bénédictine 2 dashes Peychaud’s… Read More →
via kirantarun “To the Spanish, sangria is a party drink and is there for one reason – to get you drunk very cheaply. There is no magical recipe to make perfect sangria. To make real sangria, you take the cheapest red wine you can get, the cheapest spirits in the… Read More →
So, with temperatures nearing the 90s in West Palm and feeling like it’s well over, I asked myself… “what could I possibly share to turn these dehydrated beings into happy & productive south Floridians once again?”. Like a snake, the idea bit me… The watermelon granita over at What Katie… Read More →
Grapefruit Tarragon Infused Vodka via NotMartha Today’s topic? Infused spirits. I opened the fridge yesterday to find that I had leftover strawberries in the crisper. They were on sale at the grocery store so I’d stocked up a little while ago. Since the remaining berries looked parched, to say the… Read More →