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Champagne And Oysters

August 10, 2018

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It was a warmer day than it was supposed to be and he was either too late for lunch or too early for a cocktail. Nothing sounded all that good but as he was both hungry and thirsty the problem needed to be solved. A proper conundrum for a Friday afternoon.

He found a place that had a wooden sign set up advertising oysters, . . .

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Time Is The Most Overlooked Cocktail Ingredient

Carbro from 3 Bottle Bar

July 19, 2018

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These days we stop for nothing. Go-go-go. The emails never stop. Twitter never stops. Instagram never stops. The subway runs 24/7. I can grab a Slurpee at any time ever. What do you stop for?

I like to stop for the cocktail.

The ritual and the rite of making a drink can almost stop time dead in its tracks because . . .

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It's Amazing What You Can Make With These Three Bottles

The home bar trifecta

July 18, 2018

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To cut to the chase, I am talking about making the bedrock of your home bar a bases-loaded collection of gin, whiskey and white wine.

I recently picked up a little book called 3 Bottle Bar by H.i. Williams after it was mentioned in Everyday Drinking by Kingsley Amis, one of my favorite books on our favorite subject. (I . . .

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How Champagne Cocktails Can Help You Live A Better Life

The Most Elegant

January 10, 2018

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I am sure you had a bottle of Champers out over the New Year (and it should really be way more often) so I hope you made a quick Champagne Cocktail. It is without a doubt the most elegant cocktail that can be made and that is coming from a Martini drinker. A friend of mine once recommended for me to take a long lunch . . .

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Stop Leaving Your Vermouth Out on the Counter

and Other Fortified Wine

March 02, 2016

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Vermouth

A broad term for aromatized and fortified wine. It is flavored similarly to gin with roots sticks, flowers, and barks. China actually can lay claim to first fortifying wine all the way back in 1250 BC (before cocktails) as an ancient stomach relief. Wormwood being a key ingredient and where Vermouth got . . .

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