About UsChrista and Shaun discovered that they have a shared passion, some might say obsession, for good booze, cocktails and food. This blog chronicles their further explorations and adventures tasting, mixing and enjoying yummy and sometimes not so yummy booze.
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Category Archives: tequila
A is for Agave
This coming Thursday, the 24th of July 2014, is National Tequila Day. Being the booze patriots that we are, we felt we should honor the event by making more tequila drinks. As we said in A tequila transition, it’s a … Continue reading
Using complementary orange liqueurs
We have quite a number of orange liqueurs in our cabinet, and we’ve been curious for a while whether it was good, bad, or indifferent to use an orange liqueur with a base spirit that’s complementary to the primary liquor … Continue reading
A tequila transition
We both like tequila, but we don’t use it as much as we should. It isn’t used much in the classical cocktail canon apart from in Margaritas, which makes it easy to overlook. This fact was brought to our attention … Continue reading
Lime vs Acid Phosphate
Recently we received an order of acid phosphate (as well as other goodies) from Darcy O’Neil at Art of the Drink. Mr. O’Neil has been a tireless researcher of extinct drink ingredients. We love such intrepid individuals. We’re fascinated by such … Continue reading
Posted in aged rum, Cocktail Comparisons, Deconstructed, rum, tequila, triple sec Tagged acid phosphate, daiquiri recipe, margarita recipe, matusalem rum, partida tequila 2 Comments