As leaves start to change, the breeze gets a little cooler, vintners and distillers begin preparing for their time to shine. It’s time for the Fall releases of wine and spirits. One of the most anticipated Whiskey releases comes from Buffalo Trace Distillery. The Antique Collection was introduced two decades
Ingredients: 1.5 oz. Proper No. 12 .5 oz. Aperol .5 oz. fresh Lemon juice .25 oz. Simple syrup 3 Bar Spoon Macerated Strawberries (See recipe below) Garnish: Basil Sprig Macerated Strawberries Ingredients: 1 pint strawberries 3 large basil leaves, Chiffonade 1 pint of sugar Directions: Cut Strawberries into small pieces.
Arguably the most popular New Orleans cocktail on Bourbon Street is the Hurricane. The first recipes for the Hurricane cocktail was published right after the repeal of prohibition in 1933. In the mid-1940’s, Pat O’Brien’s made the hurricane lamp glass shape red-colored cocktail famous. During that time, liquor such as
Who was the original Margarita that inspired the classic cocktail? A Celebrity, Showgirl or Socialite? There are at least 10 stories purporting to be the true origin of this sweet, sour, salty party in a glass. Not surprisingly, many center around a mysterious, seductive woman as the inspiration. The 1992
INGREDIENTS 6oz Stoli Blueberry 2oz Pineapple Juice Splash of Sour Mix Raspberry Drizzle DIRECTIONS Add Stoli Blueberry, Pineapple and Sour to shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a chilled martini. Top off with pineapple and Raspberry Drizzle! Recipe Courtesy of Table 7 American Bistro 214 Jericho Turnpike New Hyde