Here’s an infographic showing recipes for quick, two ingredient cocktails for those of us on a budget or with sparse liquor cabinets.
Category Archives: bar essentials
There’s something that rum and vodka have in common, and that is they’re almost always consumed in a mixed drink. With vodka, it’s plain to understand—there isn’t much to it. Certainly there are vodkas of higher quality, but we’re talking about something that tastes exactly like rubbing alcohol versus something that tastes less like rubbing
St-Germain captures the fancy of the Ferments. Let it enchant you, too. Fervere’s review compares St-Germain to a cheaper elderflower liqueur, with the lesson that sometime you get what you pay for.
An easy drink for the warmer seasons, the Rickey is a classic, and pairs nicely with other fruit juices.
Long Island Spirits makes whisky from Blue Point Old Howling Bastard. It takes Fervere a year to find a bottle and a little less than a month to drink.
Advice from an expert on setting up an outdoor bar with patio furniture.