What is the difference between "whisky" and "whiskey" and how we should write it? Is there a real difference between them?
Blackstrap molasses is rich in iron, potassium, and calcium, making it a healthier choice than nutritionally defunct artificial sweeteners or even regular refined sugar. Honey is composed of 82% carbohydrate and contains small amounts of vitamins B, B6, C, but wich sweetener is better for your cocktail?
Mile High Manhattan is a rare cocktail that will bring you a different taste, combining the anise flavor and vanilla with the great bourbon.
The drink was invented by two brothers, Paul and Raymond Lillet, who were distillers producing a range of fruit eaux-de-vies. In the 19th century, Bordeaux was the most important port city in France, and fruits and spices were coming in from all over the world, giving them access to a range of exotic fruits and … Continue reading A Brief History – Lillet
Fernet Branca is a dark, oily alcoholic drink similar to an amaro, but less sweet. The flavour might best be described as being a cross between medicine, crushed plants, and bitter mud. Like most strong drinks in Italy, Fernet is usually drunk at the end of the meal as a digestive aid. It's also a … Continue reading A Brief History – Fernet Branca
In the fall of 1824 a young man named Antoine Amedee Peychaud arrived into New Orleans, along with the masses of Saint-Domingue refugees, in search of a new future and in 1838 he set up his own shop called Pharmacie Peychaud where he became well known for dispensing a patented aniseed and gentian rich herbal remedy named … Continue reading A Brief History: Sazerac
Fresh cocktail ingredients make all the difference. When added into your cocktail they bring intensity and complexity to the cocktail's flavor. Here is an example: Berry Dew