Named after the west end neighborhood in Waterbury, Conn., this drink, from the Highland Brass Company, was voted Best Craft Cocktail in the 5th annual Martini Competition by Anthony DeSerio. DeSerio knows his stuff. He’s President of the United States Bartenders Guild, Connecticut Chapter.
This bourbon cocktail from Max Burger won the bronze at the 5th annual Martini Competition.
The Gold Winner of the 5th annual Martini Competition went to Infinity Hall.
Tequila and soy sauce add flavor and act as a tenderizer. Be sure not to overcook the patties, as ground chicken can dry out quickly.
From Faith: While I was fast at work trying to create a frozen Dark & Stormy, our frequent cocktail contributor Anthony DeSerio was mixing, shaking and tasting to create his own cocktail using ginger beer. (Not just any ginger beer, but our very favorite, made by Fever Tree. There are no artificial colors in it so […]
Feeling whimsical, and in the mood for a cool cocktail one very hot afternoon, I began dreaming of a Dark & Stormy, a cocktail usually made with dark rum, lime and ginger beer. Why isn’t it ever served frozen, I wondered? The experiments began, one involving a Key Lime sorbet I discovered at the snappy […]