Summer is finally here! The sun is shining and the temperature is on the rise. While there are many things you can do to keep yourself cool, one of the best is sitting on your porch and drinking an ice-cold
This week, the cold weather finally got to me and I caught a cold. While I was looking forward to making some normal cocktails again, I had to postpone these plans, drink a whole lot of tea and rest. But
If you are like me, you love bacon and bourbon. And since there is a way to combine both things, I started some research on the technique of fat-washing bourbon. I wanted to try this for a long time and
The New York Sour is one of those great pre-prohibition cocktails that is easy to make, doesn't need obscure ingredients and looks great. Not to mention that the concoction is quite tasty even by today's standards. Usually I wouldn't mess
Along with vintage cocktails came a long forgotten cocktail ingredient: the grapefruit. What once was forgotten has now become a solid staple in most bars that serve classic cocktails. So I though it would be time to take a closer
Matcha flavored sweets are pretty popular in Japan. As I'm a great fan of it myself, I want to explore this popular Japanese ingredient and give you some nice recipes to try for yourself. Including how to make a fine
The Old Fashioned. The grandfather of many drinks. A no nonsense, straight forward cocktail. Being the original Whiskey Cock-Tail and what I've been drinking a lot lately I think it's appropriate to be the first cocktail thoroughly analyzed by me.