67 Orange St (Harlem NYC) Review

  67 Orange St is inspired by Almack’s Dance Hall, which was located at that address in the 1840’s and was one of the first black owned and operated bars in New York City. This is Karl Franz Williams uptown answer to the haven of cocktail bars located below 14th st.   Atmosphere/Decor After walking through the

Negroni Week Is Here Try the Coffee Negroni & Negroni Slushy  

  Negroni Week launched in 2013, presented by Imbibe Magazine and Campari, as a celebration of one of the worlds greatest cocktails and an effort to raise money for charities around the world. Over the last two years it has grown from 100 participating bars to over 1,300 and has raised over $120,000 for various

Book Review: Jeffrey Morgenthaler’s The Bar Book Elements of Cocktail Technique 

Jeffrey Morgenthaler is known to be the laziest (he’s said it several times himself) most efficient perfectionist bartender. He is one of the most influential bartenders and helped to revolutionize the bar industry by bringing barrel aged cocktails and bottled cocktails to the masses and reviving such dead drinks as the  Amaretto sour. In addition he manages the successful and three

Review – Mace Cocktail Bar NYC: Where the Spices Come Alive

    Mace is housed in the space that was formerly occupied by Louis 649. Greg Boehm (Boilermaker) is joined by co-owners Zach Sharaga and Nico de Soto in adding Mace to the NYC cocktail scene. Would it bring something new and exciting to the already crowded cocktail arena? Atmosphere/Decor One wall is lined with jars

Old Pulteney Navigator Single Malt Scotch Whisky Review

The Navigator is an ageless special edition whisky that was was designed to celebrate Old Pulteney’s maritime heritage. The Navigator is made using ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks which are then selected by the master distiller. On the nose: It opens up with a fresh aroma of crisp and succulent green apple. This is complemented by