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Pop Up Oxford Captures Town's Spirit with Week of Culture, Cocktails and Cool Tunes 22, the Southern Foodways Alliance will host a party in conjunction with the newly released “Guide to Cocktails” by Sara Camp Milam, managing editor at the Southern Foodways Alliance, and Jerry Slater. The party takes place at Big Bad Breakfast from 6 [...]
The Best Spirits And Cocktails For 2018 Put away your camera phones, and stop obsessing over the bitters the bartender is making in his backyard. I asked a group of top mixologists and spirits writers what they're looking forward to drinking more of in 2018, and once again there is a call to [...]
Drinks in 2017: Cancelled beer fests and the rise of rum One of the best drinks-related events this year was the East Imperial Gin Jubilee, a four-day event in September that saw KL bartenders competing to create the best gin and tonic in town. The event ended with a hugely successful Gin Lane Street Party [...]
Spotlight on Signature Cocktails: Blake Pope's Daughter Judy Introducing Brides's newest foodie-celebrating series, in which we bring beautiful, handcrafted, Instagram-approved signature cocktails to you four times a week! Each month, we'll shine a spotlight on two master mixologists and their one-of-a-kind [...]
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Luckily, this recipe for a blueberry rum fizz is simple but also sophisticated (and it will impress all of your friends). Plus, it includes lemonade ice cubes, which is reason enough on its own to make this refreshing rum drink. It’s time to make lemonade ice cubes. In a medium-sized bowl, combine three ounces of lemon juice, the simple syrup, and one cup of water. Strain the fruit chunks out of the syrup and set the syrup aside. In a shaker, combine the rum, the remaining lemon juice, and. 75 ounces of the blueberry simple syrup. Shake and then pour into a cup filled with the lemonade ice cubes.
on a Sunday, Lukas B. Smith is making the rounds at Union Market. He stops by Buffalo & Bergen for a knish, and then it’s off to Peregrine Espresso for a doppio espresso. “I’ll need this because pretty soon this place [Union Market] clears out, and my squad shows up. ” According to Smith, a lot of his regulars are the staff and vendors who work at the market. Smith, now buzzed from his caffeine-sugar kick, pushes through the chaos of Union Market, outside, and across the street to his bar, Cotton & Reed. Maybe it’s his big bushy beard, or maybe it’s the fact that he wears a straw cowboy hat with a bright tangerine-colored scarf and Crocs. “He’s kind of like the summer version of Santa Claus,” says Jordan Cotton , who co-owns the distillery with Reed Walker.
The waves crashing on the shore could have been made of rum. Residents of the newly incorporated City of Miami voted to enact Prohibition in 1913, seven years before Prohibition became a national constitutional ban. Almost immediately, South Florida’s coastline became a catwalk for rum-runners. Today, talk of Prohibition has a far-reaching allure perhaps triggered by the mystery of shadowy figures in basement bars and the glorified danger of illicit dealings.Prohibition era doesn’t typically...
December — the month of parties, celebrations and carols — is also the right time to grab some cool cocktails, owing to the conducive weather. But before you start pub-hopping, you must know what the city clubs have in store for you. While some are seasonal, others are staples redefined. But one thing is for sure — all these cocktails are going to titillate your taste buds. Here's a guide to the city's favourite cocktails this season and where you can get them... MULLED WINE...
While paging through the December 2017 issue of Bon Appetit magazine, I spotted a sidebar referencing a vintage recipe from 1964 for hot mulled ale. At the bottom of the five-step process, which involves the insertion of a white-hot poker into the spiced beer mixture, it ends with the doubt-filled sentiment, “Um, okay …”But it did make me think of how hot ale, wine and cider drinks were once commonplace and how some of the adjuncts commonly used in brewing today are actually quite similar to...
NEW DELHI: Brigadier (retd) Kapil Mohan was to the nation’s alcohol lovers what Beethoven was to composing music.But not many knew that Mohan — the man behind the success of the iconic rum brand Old Monk — was a teetotaller. He gave India, and the world, a fine drink at an affordable price tag. Such was its brand image that the company, Mohan Meakin, rarely had to spend on promotion.Sales, and popularity, were driven by word-of-mouth publicity.The man behind giving rum a cult status is no...