Los Vecinos Mezcal Del Campo Review

Los Vecinos del Campo is a mezcal project from the Sazerac Company and Casa San Matías, one of the oldest tequila distilleries in Mexico It is produced in the Valles Centrales region of Oaxaca by a group of 10 families who have been using traditional methods to produce agave based products. The mezcaleros use locally… Continue reading Los Vecinos Mezcal Del Campo Review

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

Superbowl LIII Punch – Summer on My Mind

Superbowl LIII is here. Unfortunately Tom Brady and the Patriots are in it for the 9th time. Go RAMS!!! For this years punch, I wanted to go in a different direction then normal. For anyone who knows me rum is my favorite spirit and is often my go to for Super Sunday. So as I… Continue reading Superbowl LIII Punch – Summer on My Mind

The Endless Summer – A Negroni Takes a Beach Vacation

The Endless Summer was created by Yanni Kehagiaras of Liholiho Yacht Club. It is a simple tropical rift on a Negroni. It keeps the classic ingredients of Gin, Campari, and Sweet Vermouth and adds pineapple juice. It serves as an approachable drink for those who may not be comfortable with the bittersweet flavor of the… Continue reading The Endless Summer – A Negroni Takes a Beach Vacation

The Jungle Bird

This drink was created in 1970’s at the Aviary Bar in Kuala Lumpur. It belongs to a small and exclusive club of tiki drinks that call for Campari. This drink has strong flavors courtesy of blackstrap rum and Campari but it manages to make a winning and harmonious combination. Jungle Bird 1 1/2 oz Blackstrap… Continue reading The Jungle Bird

Nolet Gin Review and the Govind’s Garden Cocktail

The Nolet family has been distilling for over three centuries. The company was founded in 1691 by Jan Lucasse Nolet and has been in business ever since. Currently it is the oldest distillery in Holland and is most known in America for introducing Ketal One to the American market. Nolet’s gin is a modern take… Continue reading Nolet Gin Review and the Govind’s Garden Cocktail

Seven Years Flip

This drink comes to us from the blog boozeinprettycups which is run by 2 Australian bartenders, Bill and Dee. This recipe was a collaboration between the two of them for a competition. It was originally named the Seven Year Stone Fruit Flip but despite being a mouthful was never officially renamed. Instead it just became… Continue reading Seven Years Flip