Puerto de las Altos

I recently spent some time in Mexico on an amazing trip hosted by Patron Tequila.  We spent time in Atotonilco el Alto, a town about two hours east of Guadalajara that is known for tequila production in the highlands of Jalisco.  The trip, while led by Patron, was not at all preachy to the brand,…

Love, Whiskey, & Bacon

Brunch is in the air. Well… actually I think love is in the air. It’s Valentine’s Day next week, right? The day when cherubs flutter in the air. A day when elementary students share candies with everyone in class. A day when you don’t want to go out the night before and wake up next…

Sage & Honeysuckle Bitters

Homemade bitters are so much fun to make, and honestly not too crazy to get into.  Bitters have this sense of being overly complicated and intimidating, but I have to disagree with a lot of the alcohol and cocktail world.  As long as you take things one step at a time, things are pretty manageable….

Boulevardier

A Boulevardier is closely related to a Negroni. A traditional Negroni is built with gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth. A Boulevardier substitutes the gin with whiskey. And who doesn’t love whiskey? Boulverdier 1.5oz Bourbon or Rye Whiskey .75oz Campari .75oz Sweet Vermouth Garnish: Lemon Peel Add all ingredients into a mixing glass with ice and…

xDarling

I’m often inspired to make drinks based on the people I have in my life.  The drinks based on different things, whether it’s a favorite thing they like, the way they make me feel, or even sometimes how they smell.  People impact you greatly, and then sometimes you never see them again.  A drink is…

Deconstructed Irish Coffee

Alright, so maybe I should be calling this a Cowboy Coffee since I’m using bourbon.  Though, cowboys aren’t the only group of people who drink bourbon.  Maybe I should be more specific.  Tom Elliot Coffee.  Selleckian Coffee.  Ehh.  What’s the point?  This drink is timeless, simple, complex, and amazing. I chose to deconstruct this recipe…