With snow falling like the dead of winter again, when a woman asked me to make her a mocktail (I think she was pregnant, but it’s rude to assume that, right?) I wanted something that felt like a snow-covered coniferous forest. Or more like THE snow-covered coniferous forest I was now living in. Damnit.
What used to be my go-to, I now haven’t had in half a year – the strict acidity of grapefruit paired with only a sodium’d rim and well-quality gin (at least […]
Everything that Cannon Beach Distillery makes is a work of spirited art. From its agave-based liquor to its award-winning rums, no doubt the products of absolute dedication and insane and inspiring energy […]
In French it’s actually only called Soixante Quinze, or seventy-five. So basically, in English, we’re announcing that it’s in French and then just saying “75” after that: “75 in French” – go figure.
I love gin. It reminds me of the dense, foggy, coniferous forests that suddenly break onto the dramatic cliffs of the Pacific Northwestern coast.
American Dry Gin Producer: Greenhook Ginsmiths Location: Greenpoint, Brooklyn (New York) Type: gin, dry ABV: 47% For all of the New Yorkers, this one is actually made in your city […]
I work in a large place that serves food, and we serve strawberries, among other fruits, all year long. Sometimes we serve too many strawberries, among other fruits, and because of health code cannot save them for a future date. So, on those sometimes, I take what I can home, and do something with it. This is one such time.