Beertails tend to not get the lion’s share of attention. They tend to be difficult, and for the most part, beer is ready to drink by itself. However, every once in a while you come across a beer that’s just begging to be mixed. Rogue Brewery’s Voodoo Doughnut Pretzel, Raspberry, and Chocolate ale is just […]
Here’s a quick and simple cocktail for your Thanksgiving gatherings. 5 oz Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie Cream Liqueur 2 oz Fireball Cinnamon Whisky Combine the liquors in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake at least 30 seconds, or until you get a pleasant foam on the top. Strain into a chilled martini glass and […]
As mentioned in yesterday’s post, September is National Bourbon Heritage Month, which means we’re dedicating our September posts to that lovely native spirit of bourbon. It was one of the first spirits we ever enjoyed, and it offers such an amazing array of flavors while still sticking within the classic definitions of bourbon.
Every day is a holiday anymore. Take a glance at any modern calendar (assuming it’s 1999 and you’re still using a wall calendar) and you’ll notice that September is full of holidays like Preparedness Month, Honey Month, Salami Day, and Spare Weasel Zealots Week. (Only one of those doesn’t exist.) However, we’re never ones to […]
Because we’re heading into the tail end of summer and into fall, it seemed fitting to adjust the blueberry cocktails to something that treads that fine line between sweating your balls off at baseball games and sweating your balls off at football games. This it the perfect shot in the arm for your warm sall […]
When we’re reviewing new liquors we always like to head over to the distiller’s website to see how they recommend their spirits be served. It would usually serve to reason that they would offer some pretty great drinks, as they are the ones that have the closest hands in the product from start finish. However, […]
We’re mixing with the reposado Casa Noble today, so when mixing with a heavier tequila (or any heavier liquor) it’s best to remember that balance is the key. The Ethereal takes some of the sweeter notes and turns this into a borderline dessert cocktail, but it’s salvage by the quinine tang of the tonic. 3 […]