Participating in the time-honored tradition of smelting classic cocktails and reshaping them in our grotesque image, aka Mixology Monday.
Being the nutter that I am, I had a few things in reserve that will work for this month’s Mixology Monday challenge. Namely, olives.
I realized with some alarm this morning that today is Mixology Monday; some teacher I am, wandering in with my hastily scribbled homework just before the bell rings.
Give this one a try when you’re in an LA state of mind. Or if you just want an excuse to drink rum and tequila at the same time.
Conjuring a little NOLA at home with the ubiquitous Brandy Milk Punch.
Celebrating old friends with a new drink for Mixology Monday: Bourbon.
Mix up a Dark & Stormy to celebrate this month’s MxMo and the demon rum!
Another month, another MxMo, this time featuring fruit liqueurs. Pop in for a cool, refreshing summer treat and an unexpected and surprising product endorsement.
The name itself is subtly warning you: too many of these and you’ll be praying to the porcelain tiki god.
I’m very excited to be the host of this month’s Mixology Monday, which spotlights one of my favorite wintertime spirits: brandy.
Earthier and drier in profile than a traditional amber-hued brandy, this drink amps up the sweetness to counteract the rougher edges of Peruvian brandy, also known as pisco.
Only six days left to come up with your brandy concoctions for the first MxMo of 2008! Get your posts ready and send me an email with the link by midnight (PST) Monday, January 14 to be included in the roundup.
Happy Repeal Day Mixology Monday, everyone! As usual, I’m late to the party, as I (naturally) forgot my camera elsewhere over Thanksgiving and just got it back. The theme of this month’s challenge has to do with a very special day, that being December 5th, the anniversary of the day that the 21st amendment was [...]
It’s Mixology Monday again, this time hosted by gin enthusiast Jay over at Oh Gosh! This drink is something of a pain. See, there are two Suffering Bastards in the world—this drink, which was invented at Shepherd’s Hotel in Cairo by a fellow named Joe Scialom, and the tiki version that came about via Trader [...]