In some ways, the Pimm’s Cup is Britain’s answer to America’s sherry cobbler, given its scant alcohol content and flashy garnish game.
Given that Hemingway lived in Cuba for 20 years, you could commemorate Ludwig Bemelmans and Papa’s family ties and creativity with an Old Cuban, one of the bar’s most popular drinks. When mixologist Audrey Saunders created this cocktail in a New York bar in 2002, it became a contemporary classic.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Let’s have a cocktail.
What does it mean to be a “craft cocktail?” It means that all the ingredients are pure, fresh, made from scratch. For instance, you won’t find store bought chocolate syrup or any pre-flavored spirits in this over-the-top delicious martini by Anthony DeSerio, our chief cocktail contributor. Anthony awards the best craft martini at our annual Faith […]
Think of it as a Thanksgiving mood bath, our featured pear-infused vodka cocktail spiked with fresh basil and lemon juice. Take a sip; what do you think? Stress… never heard of it… Uncle Harry’s late… but he’s such a big doll… guests are saying this is the best Thanksgiving they’ve ever been to… well, no […]
Our cocktail contributor Anthony DeSerio knocked us out on the show by whipping up a mouth-watering Old Fashioned, combining an aged rum with black walnut bitters, served on ice. Feel free to use whatever rum you have on hand, though Anthony, who is an ambassador for Patron, used his sponsor’s Pyrat XO Reserve aged rum. […]