After re-watching Anthony Bourdain’s Brazil episode, I found myself buying a bottle of cachaca and making caipirinhas later that day.
When your friends come back from a trip to the Islands bearing gifts!
I always pair Scotch with Indian food.
The day the sale of our house was finalized last month, I treated myself.
A shot from the most recent (and hopefully last) snowstorm of the season!
I’ll make sure to be over when my friend Lynn finally cracks open this bottle!
New house. New room. New piece of art for one of my walls. I have long been fascinated by vintage absinthe artwork, and this may be my favorite of them all.
Let’s go for three days in a row of one of the most historic spirits out there: absinthe! After years of drinking the maligned and mysterious liquor, I finally purchased a special glass for it online from Pontarlier. It even came with the spoon and a few cubes of sugar. This one was just for…
The set-up for a dry martini coming your way.
Cocktail menu from the World Trade Center’s Windows on the World, circa mid-1980’s. I love the prices, especially those $8 martinis. They could get double that now if it was still around.
I made fajitas one night, but did not feel like a margarita. Instead, I whipped up a Mai Tai. Equal parts Shipwreck Spiced Rum and Coconut Rum, orange and pineapple juices, and a splash of grenadine. Dangerously sweet.
Fake candle. Real whiskey.