Archive for February, 2013

Post by Warren Bobrow Did it take a trip to Santa Fe to learn to love Tequila? Yes it did. Instead of a morning Mimosa at brunch, the drink of choice will now be a freshly juiced lime, woven carefully with excellent Tequila. Why Tequila? Well, the flavor of the West is that of the […]

Post by Warren Bobrow Ingredients Tenneyson Absinthe (for the glass wash) 5 oz. (150 ml) Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey 2 tablespoons (23 g) dark brown sugar simple syrup 1 teaspoon (5 ml) Vanilla Extract 5 oz. (150 ml) Milk 2 oz. (60 ml) Heavy Cream Bitter End Mexican Mole’ Bitters ice (Note: I […]

Post by Warren Bobrow Martin Miller’s Gin is one of the most unexpected pleasures that has touched my lips in recent memory. Perhaps the method of blending the distillate from England with the purest water on earth has something to do with it? I think so. The water from Iceland is just so luscious that […]

Post by Warren Bobrow I think one of the most lovely alcoholic flavors that I’ve ever tasted is the Orleans Apple Aperitif comes from my friend Eleanor Leger in Vermont. In fact between Sumptuous Syrups of Vermont, Barr Hill- also from from Vermont and Orleans apple aperitif, my taste buds have become completely in love […]

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