Tag: Recipe

Voodoo Zombie! A Spooky Cocktail Recipe


My inbox gets flooded with crap. Million dollar orders. Free trips to visit friends in Nigeria. Pharmaceutical offers for problems I didn’t even know I have. But every once in awhile, something sneaks through that doesn’t immediately get flushed into a virtual American Standard 1.28 gpf commode. Last […]

Cocktail Video – C Gin Fizz


The C Gin Fizz (adapted from a Liquor.com recipe) 1 ounce Club Soda 1 ounce Blue Coat Barrel Aged Gin 1 ounce C Carrot Spirit 1 ounce Fresh Lemon Juice 3/4 ounce Simple Syrup 1 Egg White (about .5 oz) Method: Add the club soda to a Fizz or […]

Jim Beam Bourbon Infusion


This was a fun little experiment courtesy of our friend Rob… Take an 8 ounce Mason jar. Add one teaspoon of bitter orange peel (the kind you would use to make a Belgian Wit. He picked up a bag at his local homebrewer supply shoppe) and a teaspoon […]

Cocktail Review – Cinco de Laphroaig


Hola, mi Amigos! Today is Cinco de Mayo. Up until five minutes ago, I was convinced that Cinco de Mayo was the Mexican equivalent of the Fourth of July, i.e. Mexican Independence Day, but after a quick Google search, I learned that I was wrong. Mexican Independence Day […]

Cocktail Fail – The Wedding Slinger


A couple of weeks ago, we received two sample bottles of Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer. Since I already reviewed this grown-up soda, I decided that I’d try it in a cocktail. The obvious cocktail choice would have been a Dark’N’Stormy or a Moscow Mule, but I decided to […]

Tippling Tuesday Cocktail Recipes


As Limpd has noted in numerous posts, I occasionally like to dabble in a bit of cocktail making, and as you can see in the above photo, I’ve managed to accumulate a few cocktail making tools and tinctures. Although it’s kind of a pain to play bartender on a regular […]

Boozy Shake – The Jack Taylor


If you read our “hard boiled” review of Single Cask Nation’s “Undisclosed” Islay Single Malt, then you already know that I have a thing for Crime Fiction. Whether it be the heartfelt “DC Noir” of George Pelecanos, the rapid fire writing and revisionist history infused insanity of James […]