CP Kelco's Ted Russin in San Diego straddles the divide between food science and culinary arts, bringing the cutting edge to the dining table.
The Frosty Clementine: a mixed drink for any season.
Epinions.com reviews the oft-ignored Constellation Spirit's Barton Vodka!
Kube Hotel and Grey Goose offer an original method to savour some cocktails : Ice Bar.
RumDood reviews Appleton Estate Reserve rum and uses it and homemade falernum to make a Rum Swizzle.
Doug continues his reviews of Cameron Mitchell restaurant bars with a visit to the Ocean Club, where he ends up with a tasty Cucumber Gimlet.
Marshall reviews Templeton Rye.
A care package of Bulleit Bourbon inspires Two at the Most to try a Whiskey Daisy.
The Golden Spiced Caipirinha.
Cocktails are a good thing, but, actually, they contains poison :) One of great problem of imbibing is Too Much of a Good Thing :) Some cocktails for this case on ScienceofDrink Blog now.
SpiritMeAway has some news about TRU products that will please eco-friendly boozehounds
Bake Sale Betty and Heaven's Dog - exploring food and drink in San Francisco.
Two at the Most reviews Obsello absinthe verte, and kicks back with Death in the Afternoon.
Doug reviews the iPhone app: Cocktails Made Easy.
Two days, 18 bars, and 5 winning cocktails at the Damrak gin competition in San Francisco.
Two at the Most reviews Tequila Ocho Plata and mixes up an Agavoni, a tequila-based take on the Negroni.
For spring, Absolut will offer a portable case in limited edition : Absolut Mini Bar
Coconut-Mint Rum Iced Tea
Doug begins a series of reviews of Columbus's Cameron Mitchell restaurant bars with M at Miranova, then fiddles with their blood Orange Margarita
Two at the Most reviews Right Gin and mixes up a Zummy Cocktail.
Gitane - An Arabian Temple to Drinks
Beefeater TDN! that means that many cocktails were made and one of them was the Vanilla Bean Cascade from A Mountain of Crushed Ice.
The Last Word in going green!
SLOSHED! breaks down how to create a new cocktail from scratch.
Passion Chili Martini, best one I've had was at Miami Beach's Satai Hotel... and from experience they are hard to find but AWESOME! So much even Oprah Loves them..
Camper English writes about new spirits on the market in the San Francisco Bay Guardian.
The Flying Dutchman, and award-winning cocktail served at Waterbar in San Francisco.
Westside Tavern's Pepper Smash: Pressed spearmint, Aviation New Western Dry Gin, lemon & bell pepper juices, homemade clover honey syrup
Rusty Nail - great digestive cocktail.
Despite initial reluctance, a friend convinces Paystyle to post his liquor cabinet, including his prized Cuban rums.
Vodka tonic with cucumber - a refreshing twist on the ultimate classic.
Another drink from first-class bartender Gonçalo de Sousa Monteiro, the Beuser & Angus Special is a very special drink indeed, using Chartreuse as the base spirit with delicious results.
In celebration of Spring, The Kitchn shakes up two maple syrup-based cocktails guaranteed to get your sap flowing.
Crissy on ice - the best way to kick off an evening
Chai black tea with cardamom and soy milk.
JWray or “Why does my drink taste like gasoline?”
RumDood reviews Appleton Estate Extra and uses it to make a variation of the El Presidente cocktail.
Two at the Most prepares for TDN Beefeater with the San Martín Cocktail.
Sam is Seattle-bound for a Beefeater-sponsored TDN event at Vessel, botanical briefcase in hand!
Bevlog discovers that a number of wine, beer and spirit labels reflect the current state of the economy.
Summon the summer with a Mamon Chino cocktail made with rambutan, the cousin of the lychee fruit.
SpiritMeAway checks out cocktails with an American gin, New Amsterdam, sure to convert some folks to the juniper side.
Grand Duke's Nectar, a fancy drink from the 1870's, and one created for Russian Royalty by an American bartender.
Carlsberg launch the second edition of his Vintage trilogy, one of the most expensive beers of the world : Carlsberg Vintage No2.
Robert Simonson, writing in Time Out New York, offers tips on stocking a frugal, yet quality, home bar during Recession times.
The national cocktail of Brazil, the Caipirinha has as many variations as one can imagine - and they all look like works of art.