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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Bobby Burns

After my last venture into a cocktail featuring benedictine went a little south I decided to follow up with a classic, the bobby burns.  An old cocktail with first mentions around the 1930s, it features a couple of the most classic ingredients that exist.  A good way to modify the taste of this cocktail is…

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Honolulu 2

The Honolulu 2 is a bit of an “old-school” style cocktail, seemingly trying to cover up poor quality spirits.  Upon first seeing the recipe I thought…no, as I discovered is not a unique thought to just me.  Then I figured I might as well still give it a shot, but maybe in a small size…

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Tequila Martini

After spending the weekend in Mexico I realized something…although I love tequila (and mezcal) I know very few cocktails which include it, other than the basic margaritas and palomas.  The other cocktails that I do know, like the Rosita, Anjeo Old Fashioned, and Mexican Firing Squad are completely unknown to your average all-inclusive resort bartender. …

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Cocchi Kentuckese

A personal variation of the Cocchi Irlandese, the Cocchi Kentuckese is a nice sour with a bit of a twist on the irish version.  Quite a bit more mild than a traditional sour, and the Cocchi Americano adds a great tasting smooth component.  Almost too drinkable, and could be made with anything from a smooth…

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