month, we feature:
Somebody asked for it, now here it is!
A Short Appreciation
So chic, so simple, so yes! Let's
enjoy one this evening!
So easy to make and so easy to enjoy!
Surely we'd "lay me doon and dee" for a good drink,
but when a classic cocktail is this easy, it's no sacrifice!
A tropical drink of our own invention. Make one and then go watch
the grass grow.
A few thoughts on offering this most gorgeous of boozes to your
guests. Should it be a sacred ceromony or a quick trip down the
Guest bartender Tim ("Swanky") Glazner educates us all
on the virtues of this relatively new drink and then goes on to
offer an exciting new twist that is sure to win fans everywhere.
Let us help you prepare for the next big holiday with this original
cocktail, freely adapted from the classic Whiskey Sour. It's sure
to delight and enchant.
holidays can be heavy too heavy, so why not lighten your load
with this classic and festive drink. The problem with Modern Life
is that we simply don't drink enough champagne. Let's correct
just follow our simple instructions and let's not discuss it again!
OK, let's just discuss it one more time.
Mexican for "downright upright"! This is the delicious punch you
drink straight from the bowl with straws. Pray your fellow pleasure
pilgrims practice good oral hygiene and jump right in.
Sensuous! Mystical! Fresh! Exotic! How else can you describe this
lovely libation from Italia? We're sure we don't know!
Praise of the Gin & Tonic
And you thought it was so simple.
A sensational little drink from Bologna
A quick little "pick-me-up" for today's sophisticated
We thought "yuck", but we tasted "yowza!"
Maria! Margarita Cocktail
Try one and you'll be thankful
Bitter is better!
Make mine esperesso!
Praise of Seltzer
Water is a good thing.
Upright & Grand
The sexy egg cream.
The cocktail everybody likes. And so easy to prepare!
One of the few decent cocktails made with tequila.
A boozy sno-cone.
The clean, classic drink of the 1950s.
An unknown favorite.
For when you've graduated to Campari.
Along with Celia Cruz and Montecristo, one of Cuba's best exports.
An eggnog alternative