Cremosa Menta


Culinary purists call bullshit on Italian sodas and cremoras. We call bullshit on them disregarding a chance at great cocktails.

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Angel’s Kiss


August 12, 2013 (Day 96) – Angel’s Kiss This recipe appears in What Shall We Drink by Magnus Bredenbek (1934). It serves as a companion drink to the Devil’s Delight we featured earlier. Here’s a drink from Canada sure to appeal to the ladies. It’s a dainty drink and deserves the dainty type of cocktail glass. […]

Godiva Vodkas Part Two: Chocolate Raspberry Vanilla Cream Dr. Pepper


The Chocolate Vanilla Cream Dr. Pepper is pretty damn amazing. What happens when you switch out the vodka for a raspberry chocolate vodka? Joyful things happen. Amazing, delightful things. 2 oz Godiva Chocolate Raspberry Vodka 1.5 oz heavy cream 1 oz vanilla syrup 1 tsp chocolate syrup 1 small call Dr. Pepper Combine the vodka, […]

Godiva Vodkas Part Two: Godiva Truffletini


It only seems to be reasonable that we’d be focusing on dessert martinis over the next two weeks. After all, these are chocolate based vodkas. So, if sweet and girly drinks aren’t your kind of thing, then you’ll want to check out for a little while. We’ll start you drunkards off with something simple. 1 […]

White Christmas No. 2


December 16, 2011 (Day 262) — White Christmas Everyone has their Christmas (or Holiday) traditions that they tend to be especially fond of. One of mine has always been A Charlie Brown Christmas. In fact, while in high school I had to work a Christmas Eve shift at the video store where I was employed. […]

ORIGINAL — Fetus in a Glass


October 20, 2011 (Day 205) — Fetus in a Glass We’re starting to dip our toes into the Halloween cocktails this week, featuring a new original with an offensive name from our executive editor, Jenn! We’re guessing she was inspired by recent episodes of “An American Horror Story,” considering the first episode boasts floating body […]

ORIGINAL — Costa Rica Bum


August 27, 2011 (Day 151) — Costa Rica Bum A long day of home improvements on your Saturday calls for a simple, easy to make and easy to drink cocktail to wind down. Even if you’re stuck in a hurricane out east, you can enjoy this drink. Pretend it’s a beautiful summer day on the […]

Obsession


January 9, 2010 (Day 344) — Obsession Obsession. It’s a dangerous thing. The other evening, whilst perusing our favorite local liquor store for new liquors. Probably the coolest thing about this project has been the ability to try all sorts of new liqueurs. Jenn tends to be the cream liqueur drinker between the two of us so […]

Mudslide


December 12, 2010 (Day 316) — Mudslide How in the world have we got this far into the year of drinks and NOT made a Mudslide? I mean, it’s one of the most ubiquitous drinks for those who are too timid to drink real cocktails. Hmm… maybe that’s why. Whenever I think of Mudslides, I think of […]

Alexander the Great


March 7, 2010 (Day 36) — Alexander the Great Hey! Who’s in the mood for a history! Lesson? No? Too bad! The following comes from the “History of Western Civilization” course by E.L. Skip Knox at Boise State University: Alexander was a bundle of contradictions and extremes. He was both mystical and practical, a dreamer […]