Adonis Cocktail


You’re definitely going to want a brighter dry sherry to stand up against the heaviness of the Carpano Antica. Cocktails like the Adonis are a great introduction to sherry-based cocktails.

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Addington Cocktail


Low ABV cocktails are all the rage in the US right now, and with good reason. This classic cocktail from The Savoy Cocktail Book combines sweet and dry vermouth for a lovely, balanced, low-ABV treat.

The Abbey Cocktail


The Abbey Cocktail is the first cocktail that appears in The Savoy Cocktail Book. It features dry gin, (the no longer available) Kina Lillet, fresh orange juice, and Angostura bitters.

A New Year. A New Project


I feel like I should return to the original impetus of the Cocktails, 365 blog. That is – making a unique cocktail every single day for 365 days. Today, we’re introducing the Savoy Project.

Heering Rummy

Heering Rummy Cocktail

The Heering Rummy takes cues from classics like the Singapore Sling and and Mojito.

REVIEW – Henry DuYore’s Rye Whiskey


I’ve had a love affair with ryes the past several years, including a surprising affinity for Crown Royal’s Northern Harvest Rye. I also adore all the excellent work that Tad and the Ransom crew produce back west. Henry DuYore’s Rye Whiskey has 77.8% rye/22.2% barley mash bill, so its on the softer end of rye whiskey.

Ecossaise


The Ecossaise has a powerful anise and fennel flavor up front courtesy of the absinthe, then changes gears into an oaky, cereal mash burn from the scotch, and finishes with heavy, velvety spice.

Bourbon and Baker brings Mixology to the Little Apple


Don’t let the location fool you. Cocktail culture is alive and well in the Midwest. Just look as far as Bourbon and Baker in Manhattan, Kansas for proof.

Sailor’s Delight


“Red sky at night, sailor’s delight. Red sky in morning, sailor’s warning.” – Proverb   It’s long been said that the manner of sky that tucks sailors into bed, as well what greets them in the morning, harkens to the weather they can expect to deal with during the day. Countless blogs, podcasts, books, and […]

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, […]