Mixology Monday: Crass to Craft

After missing the last few Mixology Monday’s I am hoping to sneak this entry in under the wire. This months theme presented the perfect opportunity to enter. Here is the theme as written by Scott Diaz of Shake, Strain, Sip. “The evolution of the cocktail has been a wondrous, and sometimes, frightful journey. From its… Continue reading Mixology Monday: Crass to Craft

Sweet Tea Sour

Sweet tea is a Southern institution. In the South it is more plentiful then water, however this was not always the case. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s sweet tea was a luxury. Sweet tea was a way to demonstrate ones status and decadence. There were several reasons for this. During this time period,… Continue reading Sweet Tea Sour

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

The Commodore Cocktail: A Pink Cocktail With Hidden Fangs

I discovered this recipe while skimming through the 75th Anniversary Edition of Mr. Boston’s Official Bartender’s Guide. The recipe calls for 1792 Ridgemont Reserve Bourbon Whiskey, which I did not have on hand. The notes for the drink state that this particular bourbon has a higher than average content of rye. I decided to go… Continue reading The Commodore Cocktail: A Pink Cocktail With Hidden Fangs