Dullboy Review – Jersey City

  Dullboy was opened in the beginning of this year by Den Hospitality (Adam Fulton, Kyle O’Brien, and Gavin Mosseley). They are the guys behind the Garret West (the bar hidden inside a Five Guys) and the Garret East (opened in the fall of this year). While out in Jersey City I realized that Dullboy had been… Continue reading   Dullboy Review – Jersey City

The Milk Maid Cocktail from The Whistler in Chicago

   Instead of your usual tequila drink, I’m looking at you margarita, try this unique cocktail from The Whistler. Cucumber and coconut combine into something magical in this creamy, bright, and refreshing drink.  The Milk Maid 2 oz Blanco Tequila 3/4 oz Coco Lopez 3/4 oz Lime Juice 1/4 Simple Syrup 2 Slices of Fresh… Continue reading The Milk Maid Cocktail from The Whistler in Chicago

Book Review: Craft Cocktails by Brian Van Flandern

Craft Cocktails is a new book from Assouline which showcases the talents of Brian Van Flandern and celebrates the golden age of the cocktail. In addition to the many receipes created by Brian Van Flandern there are recipes from some of the best bartenders and cocktail bars in NYC if not the world including Death… Continue reading Book Review: Craft Cocktails by Brian Van Flandern

Interview With John Codd of 15 Romolo

15 Romolo is a North Beach bar in San Francisco that has been open since 1998. They aim to provide great cocktails and delicious locally sourced food without the attitude. The Cocktail list is an ever rotating list of house libations and classic rifts. The menu is forever evolving and changing so there is always… Continue reading Interview With John Codd of 15 Romolo

7 Daiquiri’s in 7 Days: Hemingway Daiquiri or the Daiquiri #3

The Hemingway daiquiri is the stuff of legend and is shrouded in mystery. No one really knows for the sure the exact recipe and the drinks true history. I won’t dive into the controversy as several writers have covered the topic in detail. And a sugarless daiquiri is one of the most tart and undrinkable… Continue reading 7 Daiquiri’s in 7 Days: Hemingway Daiquiri or the Daiquiri #3

7 Daiquiri’s in 7 Days: Hemingway Daiquiri or the Daiquiri #3

The Hemingway daiquiri is the stuff of legend and is shrouded in mystery. No one really knows for the sure the exact recipe and the drinks true history. I won’t dive into the controversy as several writers have covered the topic in detail. And a sugarless daiquiri is one of the most tart and undrinkable… Continue reading 7 Daiquiri’s in 7 Days: Hemingway Daiquiri or the Daiquiri #3

7 Daiquiri’s in 7 Days: The Daiquiri #1

This is the original daiquiri, the classic. Its not frozen and its not fruity. Its pure, simple, and authentic. Measuring is essential in this drink. Too much lime and its too tart, too much sugar and its too sweet, too much booze and its near undrinkable. Daiquiri 2.5 oz White Rum (Flor de Caña Extra… Continue reading 7 Daiquiri’s in 7 Days: The Daiquiri #1