Almond Mocha


November 17, 2010 (Day 291) — Almond Mocha It snowed today. Yeah. That’s right snowed. Now granted, nothing really stuck to the ground. But still. Snow. So, while my wife was giving me crap for making a wintery drink, my justification was simple: it snowed today. I’ll make a winter drink if I feel like […]

Irish Winter


February 25, 2010 (Day 26) — Irish Winter Dodge is under another winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service. This is getting insane. While I realize we don’t have near the problems most of the northern states have been facing, for Dodge City, it’s been ridiculous. It’s cold and dreary out this evening. But, […]

Irish Coffee


February 22, 2010 (Day 23) — Irish Coffee First, let me apologize for no updates over the weekend. I think I’ve figured out that WordPress just really doesn’t like Chrome for Mac, that’s why I kept crashing. I’m now writing in Firefox, so hopefully I can get my weekend posts up in short order to […]

Midnight Snowstorm


February 06, 2010 (Day 7) — Midnight Snowstorm Sometimes, complexity is the enemy of the cocktail. If you have too many flavors lumped into one glass, you could face a confused boozehound. For example: Should I be focusing on the fruitiness of the gin? Or the overpowering taste of the syrup? Why is that muddled raspberry drowning […]

White Ape


February 04, 2010 (Day 5) — White Ape The first thing Jenn said this morning when I told her my planned cocktail for tonight was, and I quote, “Lazy.” My defense: I was adventurous yesterday. If there’s one thing I’m not, that’s adventurous two days in a row. That’s simply improper! A true gentleman daren’t push himself beyond […]

Kentucky Cappuccino


The point of a cocktail is to warm the soul and lift the spirits. So what better to end a chilly, snowy Sunday evening than with booze-infused coffee!