This post is for people who want to put the days of drinking handles of Kamchatka and Ten High behind them. You've probably had a few craft cocktails at cool bars and are hooked. You want to learn more and start making them at home, but don't really know where to start. This post isn't for those who consider themselves knowledgable about liquor and mixing drinks. If you are one of those people, check out the other posts in the Tipple Tuesday archive. If you are ready to step into the world of…
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.
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.
My Manhattans have been aging in the barrel for ten weeks now. They've really smoothed out and picked up hints of vanilla, oak, and charcoal. I'm not tasting any oxidation on the vermouth. I'm very pleased with how this batch turned out.