The Jessica Rabbit

I loved this refreshing and elegant cocktail, and I think it would make a lovely addition to a brunch spread in lieu of a mimosa or bellini. Oregano just happens to be rich in fiber, vitamin K, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants, and carrots are rich in vitamin A, and don’t forget the vitamin C from […]

Elder Fashioned

This drink was created by Phil Ward around the time St-Germain was introduced (circa 2007). This elderflower liqueur took the bartending world by storm and added a new flavor into mixologists palettes everywhere. I personally love it. The Old-Fashioned is my “desert island” drink, and I love to taste as well as make new variations of it. This gin version […]

Negroni with Oregano

If I had to pick a desert island cocktail that I would drink for all my stranded days on a lone isle (Palawan Island, perhaps?) it would most likely be a tie between a negroni and the old fashioned I make with Old Tom Ransom gin (oh, who am I kidding? Any well-made old fashioned will do). The edge would probably have […]

Water Lily

Looking back, I haven’t made a cocktail to share with you in a while. This summer it’s been all about Pinot Gris, Viognier and of course my usual Michigan IPA’s. I’ve also made David’s summer by getting into Belgian style beer, something which I have never liked before and am now wondering how that was […]

The Bushwick Spice Trade

This cocktail is bright and citrus-y with a hint of heat at the end of the sip. It is delicious alone, or pair it with some fiery Asian takeout for a spicy Saturday at home. from: Shake makes: 2 drinks 6 ounces gin 4 cubes cane sugar 1 1/2 ounces fresh lemon juice 4 slices fresh ginger […]