Negroni Week (June 4-10) starts in five days. I remembered this morning and mixed up 500ml of my favorite equal parts cocktail in a glass flask and dropped in a charred oak stick. To prepare for the celebration next week, check out some of my other Negroni-related posts: The recipe Bottle aging Negronis Negroni Week on Snack Time More recipes and variations. There is no wrong way to Negroni.
In these times of quarantine, we are passing the time with cocktails, board games, books, and baking. But we don't want to drink up all of the whiskey right away, so we are turning to less-used bottles and getting creative. This week? Chartreuse!
I've been slowly making my way through The One-Bottle Cocktail since it came out in March. I liked it so much that I sent a copy to some friends, too. Here is what we think of the cocktails we've tried so far. We're looking forward to drinking our way through the rest of this book. It will really be great this spring and summer when we will have easy access to edible flowers and herbs. If you haven't picked up a copy yet, you need to.
Nolan Morehouse asks: I want to make some mocktails. Any recipes that you recommend? - Here are my thoughts and recommendations.
The entire Praxis team got together for a few days of caffeine-fueled work last week. I was in charge of cocktails for our evening brainstorming sessions. Our rental house had rocks glasses and an ice machine, but no juicer, strainer, or shaker. Here is what I came up with.
I'm starting a new column here on Cook Like Chuck. My friends ask me a lot of questions about food and drink, so I'm going to post some of my replies here. First up: How do I use Fernet Branca?
Amanda and I have had a cold all week, complete with a runny nose, sore throat, and cough. We got sick of NyQuil's taste, but still wanted something to soothe our throats and knock us out before bed. Hot Toddys were just the thing we wanted in this cold weather.
One of the gifts I'm giving to a family member this Christmas is a 2L charred American Oak cocktail aging barrel. Here are 5 cocktail recipe options I scaled up to 2L to go along with it.
Today's tipple is a simple 1:1 combination. I hesitate to even call it a cocktail. But it is delicious and a wonderful complement to your holiday cheer.
The next cocktail I'm aging in my oak barrel is the Vieux Carré, a classic New Orleans cocktail with rye, cognac, vermouth, Benedictine, and bitters.