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From Manhattan to Southie


Nexus of the Universe

1 1/2 oz Rye Whiskey [Rittenhouse]
1/2 oz Cranberry Liqueur [Grand Ten]
1/2 oz Amaro Montenegro
1/2 oz Sweet Vermouth [Dolin]
Few dashes Black and Blue bitters [Black Cloud Bitters]

Stir with ice, strain into a chilled cocktail glass.  Garnish with cherries.


One of my favorite things about making cocktails is inspiration can come from anywhere.  Maybe a drink I had at a bar, or something from out of one of the books on my shelf.  As my network of fellow drinkstagrammers and bloggers continues to grow, I can barely keep up with all the drinks I bookmark for later consumption.   Continue reading “From Manhattan to Southie”

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Thanksgiving Thirst Quencher


Cornucopia Spritz

1 1/2 oz Aperol
1 oz Dry Vermouth <Dolin>
1/2 oz Cranberry Liqueur * <Grand Ten Craneberry>
4 oz Dry Hard Cider <Bantam Wunderkind>

Combine the first three ingredients in a glass, stir with ice.  Stain into an empty stemmed glass, top with 4 oz hard cider.  Garnish by floating about 5 fresh cranberries in the glass.


Thanksgiving is by far my favorite holiday.  It knows what it’s about.  Food, drinks, football and family.  No crazy decorations.  No mile long gift lists.  Just good old fashioned gluttony.  Wine is usually the drink of choice on most holiday tables, but I’m here to preach another angle.  Hard Cider. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Thirst Quencher”

They Call Me the Breeze


Offshore Wind

2 oz Vodka <Tito’s>
3/4 oz Cranberry Liqueur <Grand Ten Distilling Craneberry>
1/4 oz Pineapple Juice

Shake with ice, strain into a chilled cocktail glass.


A few years ago I was at a beach Ultimate Frisbee tournament in Wildwood, NJ.  After two days of games in the sand, the whole team went out to dinner.  Most of us ordered beers, until one of my teammates shook things up and went with a Sea Breeze.  His argument being that he was sick of beer after two+ days of drinking Modelo Especials on the beach and boardwalk.  Apparently he made a good point, because almost everybody changed their orders to cocktails (mostly margaritas and G&Ts).  Another teammate then ordered a Bay Breeze, and a heated debate ensued.

Continue reading “They Call Me the Breeze”

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