A pair of walnut toffee Old Fashioneds using Cask and Crew Whiskey and Nat Sherman Petit Cigars.
Summer is definitely for gin and tonics.
When Justin and I arrived on a Monday and walked around Bethlehem, we were immediately drawn to the Sun Inn. The building was erected in 1758 and currently serves as a full service restaurant, distillery, and museum. My being a history lover made this a must-visit. However, we had to wait until Wednesday (our last…
This is going to be one of the only reviews I will ever post based solely on drinks. Normally, I don’t believe in that. There should be the consumption of at least a snack to properly assess a business. Well, yes and no. I’m not fan of hotel restaurants as you know, but something about…
I can’t wait to give these bitters a try.
My take on the Manhattan: Maker’s 46, Luxardo, and Fee Brothers spiced cherry bitters.
A lethal Long Island Iced Tea. The house specialty at Barnacle Bill’s.
Rhododendrons in bloom out on my back patio. We have had a strange spring and entry into summer. It has either been brutally hot or rainy and damp. Have yet to be able to enjoy sitting outside with a cocktail!
My friend Roy read my review of Temple from last week and called me up saying I needed some good Chinese food in me. I obliged, and my mom and I joined him and his wife Joanne and daughter Katie the other day. They are ardent fans of House of Chong, which has been in…
Hemingway’s drink: “Death in the Afternoon”, or absinthe and champagne.