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Mexican Mule

The Latino cousin of the Moscow Mule, the Mexican Mule adds bitters and swaps out the vodka for tequila, as I’m sure you already guessed. 86 more words


The Bitter Truth

I was thinking of having a Sazerac tonight, but sadly am lacking a bottle of rye currently.  While a little saddened by this fact, it did make me think of Dale de Groff’s wonderful personal take on the Sazerac from his book… 770 more words


Seelbach On Esquire Network

Another new episode of “Best Bars in America” will air tonight on the Esquire Network.

I’ve written about the show before. In short though, the show follows two comedians (Jay Larson and Sean Patton) as they go from city to city checking out the list of “Best Bars In America” as published by Esquire Magazine. 326 more words


Caught in the Moonlight - Si Cranstoun

Booze? Bitter: IPA
Review: This track has smooth and clean notes with the pin-point accurate vocal delivery of Si Cranstoun. Its a track that is very similar to the works of canadian jazz artist and all round heart throb, Michael Bublé. 36 more words



One of the generous citrus trees in my garden is the calamondin. It bears fruit for many months which are useful and tasty.   It is odd to have such a large crop in the middle of summer, but we had a very unusual winter in Arizona.   343 more words


Martinez: Dry version

The Martinez is a very old drink.  Many regard it as the forerunner to the Dry Martini. It can be found in O. H. Byron’s 1884 Modern Bartender, where  it becomes a… 265 more words


Friday Liquor Spotlight #15: Peychaud's Bitters

Happy Friday, everyone!

Since our TBT classic cocktail this week (The Seelbach Cocktail!) included the distinctive and delicious Peychaud’s bitters, we decided to focus our liquor spotlight on that little bottle of magic, since we have found that outside of New Orleans many people are unaware of the brand, the flavor, and the history. 261 more words