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Hanky Panky

The Hanky Panky is a variation on the sweet martini, inasmuch as it calls for gin and sweet vermouth. But when Ada Coleman created this drink her secret ingredient was Fernet Branca, a bitter Italian digestivo. 149 more words


Fallen Leaves

On Thursday night I visited Charles Schumann´s Bar at the Hofgarten in Munich. This bar is an icon in Munich, it’s been popular for more than 20 years. 117 more words

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The Spanish Conquistador

Today’s cocktail recipe, The Spanish Conquistador, is a cousin of a blood orange margarita– it combines tequila blanco, lime, simple syrup, and blood orange juice with one of my new vermouth discoveries, Casa Mariol Vermut Negre. 381 more words

Shaken Not Stirred

The Paddy Cocktail

Apologies to all 8 or so of my readers, because I haven’t been posting much lately. This is mostly the result of just drinking old-fashioneds… 215 more words


The Negroni. For you bitter clingers.

Never had one until last night. Being that it was World Bar Tender Day and all, I thought it only appropriate to honor the mixologists of the planet by preparing a classic. 359 more words


Charlston Cocktail

I concluded this great weekend with a wonderful classic sweet gin drink: the Charlston Cocktail (found in Death & Co´s Modern Classic Cocktails).

Ingredients… 43 more words


La Fée Verte Martini

There is perhaps no other cocktail that is more well-known, celebrated, and disputed than the martini. Today’s cocktail, La Fée Verte (aka the Green Fairy) Martini, is my spin on the iconic drink.  853 more words

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