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Some originated right here in New York City, while others come from somewhere a bit more tropical. In either case, ask your favorite bartender to whip you up one of these libations and drink your way to bubbly bliss. Pamplemousse Shandy from
Impress your guests with the Sidewalker cocktail , combining: 1 ¼ cups applejack 1 ¼ cups fresh lemon juice 3/4 caps pure maple syrup (grade b is preferred) 6 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 4 cups chilled dark wheat ale beer 3/4 cups chilled club
December 2, 2013 Today's cocktail comes all the way from Poland! Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka tastes like herbs, coconut, and vanilla...Ingredients: 2 parts ZU Bison Grass Vodka 4 parts apple juice Directions: Combine ZU Bison Grass Vodka and apple
The Record Even before he opened his highly-touted New American restaurant St. Eve's in Ho-Ho-Kus , Chef Steven Christianson knew that he was going to offer homemade sodas. Not only because he had wonderful memories of drinking his grandfather's
The whisky's heady peat essence infused the juice with an essence of fire-roasted tomato, and Ardbeg's classic bacon-like overtone meshed beautifully with the clam flavour, like potable paella cooked over an open flame. The recipe: Mix 1 1/2 ounces
Make up a hashtag and stick to itthe light libation approach will have you crushin' on the kettle sitting on top of the stove. We've talked tea time before, but there's a specific brew that's got it going on. Owl's Brew is a tea brewing company
You don't have to be sipping the strong stuff at a breezy hotel lounge in Havana to celebrate the holiday. Instead, bring the Cuban city to you with the perfect mojito. Akasha's Ruby Red Mojito Serves 1 Mint 2 wedges lime 2 to 3 teaspoons agave syrup,
Video Video But the new generation of Pimm's cocktails is anything but the same old. Instead, creative bartenders are mixing a wide range of Pimm's variants, made with everything from elderflower to watermelon and from peppermint tea to beer...
July 23, 2013 Regular highballs are for lightweights. What the adventurous drinker in New York City wants is a cocktail that packs a stronger wallop a drink that slaps you across the face, leaves you stooped and walks off with half your stuff.
During the Summer, there's nothing like classic English cocktails: gin and tonics and Pimm's Cups , for example. The problem is, tonic water and ginger ale are not diet-friendly. Most contain corn syrup and all the calories you'd expect from a sugary