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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Tag Archives: Original Cocktail
3 Howls Hopped Whiskey Three Ways
We were recently contacted by the 3 Howls folks about creating three original cocktails with one of their spirits. Given that we are big fans of theirs and already own several of their products, we said sure! We always love a … Continue reading
Posted in amaretto, angostura bitters, fernet, honey, hopped whiskey, lemon bitters, lillet blanc, lime juice, orange bitters, orange juice, Original Cocktail, tarragon tincture Tagged holiday cocktail recipe, lucretia cocktail recipe, martini alternatives, Original Cocktail, sodo sour cocktail recipe, the mesmerist cocktail recipe Leave a comment
For this week’s post, we’re having a taste of something a little different. We managed to get our hands on a bottle of White Lion VSOA. What is it, you ask? Well, it’s a liquor made out of the fermented … Continue reading
Now that the cold rains have arrived (at least around here), we’re in the mood for some winter warmers. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite warm cocktails to help you ward off the chill of the season. Give them … Continue reading
Posted in Cocktail, Original Cocktail Tagged Bourbon, Cognac, miss january cocktail recipe, Original Cocktail, Rum Leave a comment
Pear Brandy Showcase
We here at Booze Nerds love our fruit brandy, and pear brandy (aged or not) is near the top of the list. We have two in the cabinet at the moment, one aged from Peach Street Distillers and one non-aged … Continue reading
Rainier Sunset: It’s actually pretty good being green
Hello and welcome to our first entry for Mixology Monday! The theme this month is (it’s not easy) Bein’ Green. So our minds immediately leapt to the Clear Creek Douglas Fir eau de vie. This is one of the more interesting liquors … Continue reading