Gin-Gin Mule

Ginger Gin Mule

A great summer drink, the Gin-Gin mule is a refreshing variation on the classic Moscow mule.  This version makes the addition of mint to make this drink even more invigorating with a nice cool finish.  Another way that this could be also made great would be to swap out the gin with bourbon and make…

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Cocktails in Reykjavik

Naturally you can’t have a cocktail and travel blog without talking about both in the same series of entries. 🙂 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

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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