Industry Sour

I came across the Industry Sour on Esquire’s website while searching for ideas to combine two of my favorite ingredients, Chartreuse and Fernet.  Although not often seen together in many cocktails, these are two ingredients that make so many cocktails themselves.  It was this fact that made it seem natural to me that the two…

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New Braunfels

A personal variation on the New Brunswick but with a certain Texas spin on it.  Particularly that this employs deep red Texas variety or grapefruit (the Rio Red), which is much more sweet and less bitter than the ones that come from Florida.  If you have ever tasted anything made by Texans this would come…

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Pink Gin

Pink Gin, the classic combination of gin and bitters, is also one of the oldest popular cocktails of history.  Originally a way to more easily drink Angostura when it was a wildly used for medicinal properties.  The drink was known to be used as a cure for seasickness as early as the 1820’s and by…

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