The Bon Vivant's Companion learns a lot from a simple Gimlet.
Russian Quaalude Cocktail on Science of Drink Blog. Sweet and creamy liquid drug :)
Dr. Bamboo lists some things he's learned during his second year of boozeblogging.
It might have a whole egg, but the Los Angeles Cocktail deserves a wider audience.
Drinks for the House shares a couple Oscar party cocktails including the Red Carpet and Winslet cocktail.
Highly bizarre wine 'tasting' giftsets - little test-tube-like bottles of grand crus from Rhone.
A look at Cocchi Americano, an aperitif that may just prove to be the perfect replacement for Kina Lillet, the long-lost original version of Lillet Blanc.
Doug interviews food and cocktail photographer, Sara Remmington about how to take better pictures of drinks to tempt readers of Liqurious....
More Zombies during the end of this tiki month at A Mountain of Crushed ice.
Vanilla Almond Vodka, and others.
One of my favorite Zombie Recipe with mix of 5 juices, 4 rums and strange tropic liqueurs. Garnish with dragon fruit (pitaya) slice! It is real tiki-monster :)
This gloom chasing drink is two faced. While the vapours are extremely strong and pungent, when you get around to tasting the liquor it is extremely smooth & soothing on the throat.
Latest from Hangar One ~ a new batch of their Alchemist Series Vodka Chipotle ~ i'm so curious about the flavor, and love the packaging!
Worcestershire Sauce - that most magic ingredient that lifts a Bloody Mary into brand new territory. Find out about it here.
The Que Hora Es Zombie—an original tiki cocktail featuring rum, rum, rum and...tequila?
The Kitchn serves up Old-Fashioneds garnished with blood oranges and homemade maraschinos.
Robert Simonson, writing for Saveur, conducts an "exit interview" with LeNell Smothers, whose celebrated Red Hook liquor shop closes this week.
The perfect Oscar drink ~ Elderflower Champagne Cocktail - has edible gold and real flowers.
Tartelette features profiteroles -- cream puffs filled with ice cream and drizzled with chocolate -- with a boozy surprise inside.
Glasstique ~ we've been seeing the 1L water bottles and solo cups turned into glass a few times now, but fun to see the old school thermos ~ and nice that they are corked too!
James Jeans takes us behind the scenes of his incredible series of wine bottles for Grateful Palate which are now available...9 bottles in all, these are truly gorgeous collectibles!
The Pegu Blog Tiki Month continues as Doug gives the business to the silly, scary Tiki icon: The Zombie.
Drinks for the House serves up a traditional Caipirinha to celebrate Brazil's most popular holiday.
SpiritMeAway prepares for Carnaval with Leblon's Carnaval kit
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.