Monthly Archives: March 2018
Rebujito + sherry.
Rebujito + sherry. Sherry cocktails? Seriously? Isn’t that just for old ladies? Well apparently not, as sherry seems to be finding its way into many high-end cocktails these days. Is it because craft cocktailistas are always on the lookout for … Continue reading
Pegu Club. We recently looked at the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club cocktail and this libation has a similar history. The Pegu Club was the favourite hang-out of pre-war British colonialists in what was then Burma and is now Myanmar. This … Continue reading
Jim Beam rye & Old Grand-dad bourbon (double review).
Give it to me straight! Jim Beam rye & Old Grand-dad bourbon. Given our recent look at the Boulevardier and rye whisky it might be a good time to look at a couple of entry level whiskies with a bit … Continue reading
The Boulevardier + rye whiskey.
The Boulevardier. To be honest this is all just an excuse to talk about rye whisky so let’s zoom through the Boulevardier and get down to business. Pronounced Boo-leh-var-dee-yay. Created in 1927 by Harry McElhone for the American editor of … Continue reading
Kingston Negroni. I’m continuing to mark the anniversary of this blog by rewinding to the second drink I ever wrote about; the majestic Negroni. Again, we’ll look at an interesting variation of the classic formula – of which there are … Continue reading