Tipple Tuesday: Orchard Boulevardier

Tipple Tuesday: Orchard Boulevardier

Here is a drink for your next bonfire or fall outing. Not only does apple cider make this drink festive, but it includes Campari (which if you are a regular reader, you know I love), spicy rye, and a good vermouth. It also scales well. You can easily make a large batch for your next party. Credit for this recipe goes to Serious Eats. I merely scaled it for one, made it, and took photos of it. Orchard Boulevardier 3 oz Apple Cider 1 1/2 oz Rye Whiskey 3/4 oz…

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Tipple Tuesday: Rye Old Fashioned

Tipple Tuesday: Rye Old Fashioned

Fall has arrived here in NY. With a cool breeze coming through the window as I write this, I can't think of anything more fitting to imbibe than a rye old fashioned. There are more variations of this drink than there are grains of sugar in it, but here is my favorite: Rye Old Fashioned 2 oz Rye whiskey 1/4 oz simple syrup 3 dashes of orange bitters 1 homemade maraschino cherry 1 orange peel 1 large ice cube (I use this mold and this kit.) Combine the simple syrup, bitters,…

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Tipple Tuesday: Starting A Home Bar

Tipple Tuesday: Starting a Home Bar

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…

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