We have tried a lot of cocktails and had a lot of fun but there is a downside to experimenting with cocktails. You end up with a lot of alcohol that you don’t know how to use. We bought absinthe to make Sazeracs. They were tasty but don’t use very much absinthe. So what do you do with a mostly full bottle of absinthe? We made an Absinthe Fizz. Continue reading Absinthe Fizz
We were continuing our experimenting with cocktails and my buddy, Bill, found a recipe for a drink called a Rookie Cocktail. It is from a blogger at http://rookielibations.blogspot.ca. It is a site well worth checking out. It was Bill’s turn to pick what we tried and this is what he chose.
It was my turn to select the next cocktail on our journey through mixed drinks. The first cocktail I ever had was bought for me by my Mother just after my 18th birthday. It was a Bacardi Cocktail. I hadn’t had one since and I guess it is time. Continue reading Bacardi Cocktail
We have been having hot weather here in the Canadian Rockies. It has taken our testing of different cocktails towards cool refreshing drinks. On this occasion we made Long Island Iced Tea. Continue reading Long Island Iced Tea
My buddy and I have been sampling classic cocktails. He saw this recipe while we were researching them. It isn’t classic but he wanted to try it. Life is rough but we do what we must do. Continue reading Absolut Pomegranate Julep
The warm weather continues here in the Rockies and so does our sojourn through classic cocktail inebriation. The current effort, a Gin Fizz.
Our journey through the world of classic cocktails continues. This time, we make Planters Punch. Continue reading Planters Punch
The sampling of cocktails continues with Lynchburg Lemonade as it was hot and we needed something refreshing.
Sour mix is used to make many cocktails. You can buy it but here is an easy recipe for making it yourself.