Monday was not a good day for the people of Paris. It really can't be when history is literally going up in flames. For Parisians, Notre-Dame is more than just a cathedral. It performs its function as a house of worship quite well, but it serves as a monument to
Happy Friday drinkers. Hopefully the majority of you are working from home watching the tournament, debating on daydrinking options. I feel an obligation to provide some inspiration in this area. This week, we're breaking out the rum and making El Presidente. This recipe is a request from a friend who I'm trying
Happy Friday everyone, and welcome to St. Patrick's Day weekend. This week, we're taking some light beer, green food coloring, and throwing that shit in the trash where it belongs, right next to offensively named drinks such as the Irish Car Bomb, and (although delicious) Black and Tan. We're focusing on
Welcome back drinkers. This week we're deviating from the cocktail books I've been looking at for inspiration. That's because we've got our first user submission to the Cocktail of the Week. Rikki Tikki Deadly, the master of the request line himself, sent me this recipe of a cocktail that he came up
Welcome back cocktail enthusiasts. This week, you're getting a bonus history lesson with your tasty beverage, because this week, we're remembering the Maine. The USS Maine was an armored battle cruiser sent by the United States to Havana in 1898 to look after American interests during the Cuban War of Independence.
Welcome to the first installment in a new off-season series highlighting everyone's favorite pastime: drinking! This week's cocktail is a true classic: The Old Fashioned. The Old Fashioned has been around in one form or another since the early 1800s. Cocktails, by their earliest definition, only contained 4 ingredients: base spirit, sugar,