Traditional Elderfashion

October 1, 2011 (Day 186) — Traditional Elderfashion St. Germain is probably one of the best liqueurs currently available. Truthfully, it’s one of the few expensive liqueurs on the market that I don’t even hestitate to recommend purchasing. It truly is worth the $40+ price tag. It will feature prominently in tonight’s drink. So, while […]

The Troublemaker

September 30, 2011 (Day 185) — The Troublemaker “He just goes from town to town/Stirring up the young folks/’Til they’re nothing but a disrespectful mob.” – Willie Nelson, The Troublemaker Spoiler Alert: This song is about Jesus. So, do I feel uncomfortable making a cocktail based on a song written by a drunk stoner about […]


September 29, 2011 (Day 184) — Pickleback Oh, the Pickleback. What words can be said about the Pickleback? The Pickleback is a shot that has been slowly growing in popularity across college towns and respected bars a like over the past two years. It’s popularity has been helped along thanks to the sudden resurgence of […]

General Burnside’s Sideburns

September 28, 2011 (Day 183) — General Burnside’s Sideburns I’m a sucker for geeky things like this: Wanna Live Forever? Become A Noun from NPR on Vimeo. Mentioned within that little ditty is a man by the name of General Ambrose Burnside. While once a sucessful military mind, he’s most well known these days for […]

Flying Wet Willie

September 27, 2011 (Day 182) — Flying Wet Willie As a kid, the quickest way to make a kid uncomfortable was to give them a wet willie. That or a swift kick in the nuts. The wet willie was much more psychological though, able to reduce even the toughest guy into a simpering little nancy […]

Bourbon Cream Soda

September 26, 2011 (Day 181) — Bourbon Cream Soda We’ve made cream soda cocktails before. This one will take advantage of the Old Whiskey River’s burn and bite to stop it from becoming too sweet and taking a bit of the edge off of the bourbon. Bourbon Cream Soda 2 oz Old Whiskey River Bourbon […]