The White Russian – A Rum Version

The White Russian was the signature drink of the Dude in the Big Lebowski. His enthusiasm for the cocktail helped raise the drink to cult status. This is a simple variation on the original creating a drink thats just as tasty while adding an extra layer of complexity by using Art in the Age ROOT (I… Continue reading The White Russian – A Rum Version

The Best Frozen Mudslide Milkshake Variation

Some drinks are the results of happy accidents. I was looking to experiment with ice cream based drink but when I opened the freezer, there was none. However, I did have some Talenti Coconut Almond Chocolate Gelato. I knew this would go perfect as a mudslide. A traditional take on the mudslide is Vodka, Kahlua,… Continue reading The Best Frozen Mudslide Milkshake Variation

The Wipeout from Death & Company

This comes from Tyson Buhler of Death & Company and i decided to go with the Think Geek Star Trek Borg tiki mug because it seemed so fitting based on the ingredients. Wipeout 1 oz. Plantation Rum OFTD .5 oz. Smith and Cross .5 oz. blackstrap rum 1.5 oz. pineapple juice .75 oz. Gradys Cold Brew .5… Continue reading The Wipeout from Death & Company

44 North Huckleberry Vodka Review and The Royal Bloodline

44° North Huckleberry Vodka is produced by the 44° North Distillery in Idaho. According to their website, it is the first vodka approved to wear the Idaho Potato Commission’s official seal. It is distilled from 100% Idaho potatoes, blended with sweet Rocky Mountain water, and infused with mountain huckleberries. It is sweet and fruity on… Continue reading 44 North Huckleberry Vodka Review and The Royal Bloodline

Mixology Monday – Tiki

Ever since I started blogging I have waited for Mixology Monday to arrive. February is Tiki Month and it is only fitting that this Mixology Monday be Tiki themed. This time it is hosted by the Pegu Blog. My first drink for MxMo is a riff on Rum Dood’s Improved Rum Fizz which is a… Continue reading Mixology Monday – Tiki

The Beccaccino

I discovered this recipe on the Imbibe website and it sounded quite intriguing. The Beccaccino 1oz. brandy .5oz. Bénédictine .5oz. Amaretto (Disaronno Original) .5oz. Irish Mist 2.5oz. chilled, strong coffee (El Salvador Estate Peaberry) Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker, fill with ice, stir and strain into a glass. Garnish with whip cream and… Continue reading The Beccaccino