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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America-no

Cynar is the flavor of the week… so this time around, I decided to try something a bit out of the ordinary for my digestif.  After discovering that Cynar and gin make a good combination, I figured it would be good to build on this herbal bitter profile with some more abrupt bitter flavors. The first ingredient added…

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Larceny Bourbon Review

Looking back at my previous spirit reviews, which tend to be bourbon heavy, I was surprised to see that I have yet to review a wheated bourbon, such as Larceny.  For those not familiar with bourbon, it is a whiskey that is made with three grains Corn (at least 51%), barley, and rye or wheat. …

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