Bitters and Shrubs, Warren Bobrow, and a Bottle of Rum

Episode 2 of Three Cups Deep Warren Bobrow Behind the every cocktail there is a story. A bit of writing, a bit of prose, a bit of a thread of a narrative that each drinker or mixologist or author ascribes, enhances, and then deepens and expands. It’s that story, just as much as the recipe, […]

Purple Rose of the Desert Sage

Back on June 14, the cocktail world celebrated National Bourbon Day. We celebrated, too, but perhaps a bit too much.

Molinero Lite

Can you make a decent beertail with crappy beer? We try and (kind of) succeed!

Pear and Tonic

There’s beauty in simplicity. There’s a desire, which we’re not immune to, that seems to dedicate the love of everything complex. If you can create a cocktail with some many flavors working in harmony together, surely it stands as proof that you’re brilliant. Even Einstein (reportedly) said that if a cluttered desk was the sign […]

3 Recipes for National Mojito Day

Today is one of the many plethora of holidays on the calendar, because we all know that there are few greater tragedies than an empty calendar square. We will never not look for an excuse to drink, however, so National (Insert Random Booze) Day is always welcome around Cocktails, 365. Of course we’ll have a […]

REVIEW – Papa’s Pilar Rum

Papa’s Pilar currently produces two different offerings – The Blonde and the Dark. Both offerings are sourced from several distilleries across the Caribbean, Central America, and Florida, and both are then blended with older rums via the solera method.

Tales of the Cocktail, Ann Tuennerman, Charles Bukowski, and Scotch

This week, we sit down with Ann Tuennerman – founder of Tales of the Cocktail!

Plus, the Drunken Word, In Defense Of, and a review of the Syndicate 58/6 blended scotch whisky.