The new cocktail menu at Ivan Kane's Cafe ~ Deep Sazerac: Lucid absinthe, rye, sugar cubes, Angostura bitters over ice and cherries.
Rhode Island Red: Partida Blanco Tequila, Chambord, agave nectar, Bundaberg ginger beer, raspberries and lemon juice ~ from Santa Monica's Copa d'Oro
Raspberry Thyme Smash: refreshing, even in the dead of winter.
Paystyle tells lazy bartenders to wake up and smell the Irish Coffee!
Boat Life ~ latest dining collection from Form Us With Love for Sagaform ~ so playful, perfect for a summery seaside picnic
Five original Zombie recipes created by tiki-freaks and cocktail lovers alike.
Hard times demand high spirits, as long as they're not high-priced. Trader Tiki shows the Cheap Man's Chauncey for this Mixology Monday.
Tony Abou-Ganim, The Modern Mixologist, sits down to discuss Cachaca, Caipirinhas, Batidas, and Leblon with Cachacagora.
Blueberry Martini from scomorokh - strong, sweet and very tasty drink for you.
Artecnica 2009 has 4 great collections with Tord Boontje as well as jewelry ~ more incredible lighting, candle holders, and the coolest recycled champagne bottle dish!
Recession Proof: Five secrets for keeping cocktail hour rolling -- even when times are tight -- plus a recipe for the venerable Ward Eight cocktail.
Champagne jelly with blueberries and pomegranate seeds - perfect for the Oscars!
Oooh Hedonia makes a Daiquiri from a copy of the Bartender's Guide ... by Trader Vic, 1947 edition!
Utilizing some inexpensive rum, RumDood whips up a Shortfall Punch for Mixology Monday.
Two at the Most explores the affordable elegance of the French 75.
Sloshed! takes a DIY approach to Mixology Monday and shares recipes for homemade grenadine, lillikoi, ginger and vanilla syrups.
Keeping it simple, local and cheap for Mixology Monday.
The Land of Forgotten Cocktails discusses the mythos and allure of Absinthe with a great overview of the rituals involved in its consumption.
Vodka can be tough to mix with. Flavored vodka on the other hand...
CocktailVirgin participates in this month's Mixology Monday in making drinking cheaper by experimenting with substituting beer for Champagne in cocktails with some decent results.
Just tried the Double Espresso Van Gogh Vodka last night. It was delicious! An awesome combination of espresso and vodka. A great mid-night pick me up.
A blood orange cocktail for Valentine's Day
Monkey Gland Cocktail on Scienceofdrink Blog - great classic cocktail with indecent name and unusual compositions was tested with Pernod, Ricard and Benedectine. See my choice now!
Great Valentine`s Day concoction - Caribbean Cosmopolitan!
Between The Sheets- another Classic cocktail from the 1920's
A Sweetheart Magatini! Pink for Valentine's Day - great for an intimate dinner, or for a group.
Beautiful wine label design from Israeli firm nine99 design.
The Fallback - What do you order when the bar sucks?
The Kitchn pairs Peter Heering Cherry liqueur with chocolate and champagne for Valentine's Day.
People as living cocktails in these new ads for Bugsy's Bar by Saatchi & Saatchi.
SpiritMeAway shakes up a variation on the Bramble, christened the Fumble.
Lagunitas makes a Sweet Release, Brown Shugga' Ale.
The Halekulani Cocktail and the Eastern Whiskey Sour. Two Tiki drinks based on Bourbon!
On adorable branding/packaging ~ the Hitachino Nest Beer owl is so cute! There is even a valentine's day special label... i love the big bottles with the owl printed on glass and cap!
DeKuyper recipe application.
Valet talks to John Gonzalez, of Philly's Bistro La Minette, about the perfect Valentine's day pour.
Fun poster from Miller's MGD64 ~ love how these cocktails look like designer chairs...
I was so intrigued by the packaging of the Highland Park Single Malts, here's a look at some of the before and after, as well as some of the rationale behind the design
Paystyle incorporates a homemade strawberry liqueur to create the I Love Lucy cocktail for Valentine's Day.
cocktailnerd reviews 3 more absinthes and has advice for which to use in the event of a zombie attack this Friday, the 13th
Trader Tiki advises how NOT to enthrall the cocktail blogosphere, now with swears!
The French 44
"Veuve Cliquot : Dry Blizzard", a new concept of ice bucket by french designer Thomas Lemaire. Interesting !
On beautiful scotch bottles ~ Highland Park 40 years old is gorgeous...
The Pinky Gonzales is the Mai Tai for the Mexican you love.
L'Atelier du Vin Air Cork Puller ~ no cartridge needed!