Now here is one of the most refreshing drinks, surprisingly easy considering that it was created by Metro Bis bartender Ryan Pelletier. When chef Chris Prosperi asked him at midnight to come up with something, Ryan created this out of the air in three minutes. Dude! You have talent!
Faith challenged the team to use the liquer Chartreuse in a cocktail and what a result! Anthony DeSerio, Connecticut President of the U.S. Bartenders’ Guild, whipped this together at home. You can do it, too.
We flipped over this cocktail created by Anthony DeSerio of the U.S. Bartenders’ League, Connecticut Chapter. (It is one of Faith’s favorite cocktails of the year, combining bourbon and a spiced pear liqueur.) Seriously, this one’s a knockout!
In Italy and Spain, don’t be surprised to see crowds of young people drinking liquers mixed with sodas of all flavors, a lot like our rum and cola.
I love a Bloody Mary cocktail, and while I understand some purists insist that we keep it simple, I like to have fun with it, depending on my mood. I have added chopped clams, Clamato juice, fresh horseradish, until it tastes well-balanced. Imagine my delight at discovering a meatloaf recipe calling for a delicious Bloody […]