Mixology Monday No. 82: Sours

Once again it is time for Mixology Monday. I had missed the last several but it’s good to be back in the swing of things. This month’s theme, hosted by Andrea at the Ginhound Blog, is Sours. She’s allowing Daisies and Fizzes too, but come on—The Sour is perhaps the single greatest, most versatile class… Continue reading Mixology Monday No. 82: Sours

3 Boozy Hot Chocolate Drinks for Cold Winter Nights

Snow is rolling in across the Northeast and some places are expecting to receive up to a foot or more of snow. After a long morning of shoveling your going to need something to warm you up. Or maybe you plan to watch the snow fall as you cuddle up with a loved one. Either… Continue reading 3 Boozy Hot Chocolate Drinks for Cold Winter Nights

Flor de Caña 4 Year Review & The Daisy de Santiago, Boukman Daiquiri

Flor de Caña is a brand of rum distributed by Compañia Licorera de Nicaragua. It was founded in 1890 by Francisco Alfredo Pellas and is today headed by a fifth generation member of the Pellas family. From it’s humble roots it has grown into one of the most widely recognized rums along with holding one… Continue reading Flor de Caña 4 Year Review & The Daisy de Santiago, Boukman Daiquiri

The Decade

The Decade Cocktail was invented by Willy Shine of the 1534 bar in NY. I came across this drink on the finecooking.com blog. the Decade 1.5 oz Cognac (Hennessy) 1 oz Amaretto (Disaronno) 2 oz Fresh Pineapple Juice .25 oz fresh lemon or lime juice (Lime) Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a… Continue reading The Decade