Cocktails in Reykjavik

Naturally you can’t have a cocktail and travel blog without talking about both in the same series of entries. ūüôā Day 2 for us was a bit of venturing around Reykjavik to check out the local happy hour scene. ¬†We hit up 2 of the well-known cocktail bars¬†for happy hour.. because in Iceland, liquor is…

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Latin Quarter

Latin Quarter

Originally coming from Death and Co. in New York, the Latin Quarter is essentially a twist on the classic Sazerac.¬† Two ingredients make this one unique, for starters an aged rum is use as the spirit here instead of the classic rye.¬† However the interesting twist comes from the addition of mole bitters.¬† Together though…

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Sin Cyn (Scotch Negroni)

Sin Cyn

A variation on the Negroni family, the Sin Cyn takes a bit more of a change than many other Negroni variations.¬† As you may have guessed this adds both Scotch and Cynar in the place of the spirit and the bitter.¬† The basic concept is still the same, a spirit, a bitter, and sweet vermouth…

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