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  • Re: Sazerac - acceptable substitutes...

    [quote user="TG Mittler"]What about ordering one in a Bar? Must be a few good ones in Dublin that can make a Sazerac[/quote]. Get your hands on the latest class magazine Simon Difford just did a review on Dublin bars. You should get something in there and get the real McCoy somewhere on your...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Dawid Steenkamp on 14 Nov 2009
  • Re: It's getting Cold

    I guess the real question is; are you looking for a cold weather cocktail or a hot drink? It's been cold here for a while, but I'm still having problems getting away from the gin (martinis mostly). However, I have found at honey and chinese five spice work well with 'a wee bit 'o the...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Ole on 21 Oct 2009
  • Rye Roundtable

    I know that many fellow members share my great interest in Rye Whiskey. I thought that some of you might be interested in this article from Malt Advocate Magazine, where they conducted a Rye Roundtable, and brought together every significant personality in the modern Rye distilling industry in one room...
  • Re: Cherry Heering - Any favorite uses?

    I've been making these at home lately Mystic Wood - From Ten-01 here in Portland Oregon 2 ounces rye whiskey (Sazerac 6-year-old) ½ ounce cherry liqueur (Heering) ½ ounce apricot brandy (Rothman & Winter) 2 dashes Angostura bitters Stir ingredients over ice and strain into a small...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Calamityville on 22 Mar 2009
  • Re: Talk to me about Rye

    If I may? Here are a few Ryes that have warmed the cockles of my heart over the last year (sorry for the lengthy post, but a picture is SURELY worth a thousand of my words): My favorite (that is available) I would say right now is the Michter's 10yr Rye. This is a prize as far as I am concerned ...
  • Re: Talk to me about Rye

    I'm guessing that in addition to the grains involved (do grains have terroir?), the yeast would have a great effect on the final product much as it does in both beer and winemaking. I'm sure that the stills and the cuts the distillers make also has a great effect. I don't know how barrels...
  • UK spirit wholesalers

    I'm a fan of American whiskey, and I was horrified to find that Van Winkle 13yo Rye is now retailing around the £50/bottle mark. (compared to £35 last time I bought a box). I get through a fair amount of spirits at home, making drinks for friends and family, and it would be good to find...
  • Talk to me about Rye

    So, I've been studying whiskeys lately, trying to get to know/appreciate them better. My husband is a Scotch fan, but that was a little deep-end-of-the-pool for me. I then discovered bourbon, and have found I like it A LOT more than Scotch. I've always been curious about Rye, and finally bought...
  • Smoke Infused Rye

    Informative Blog Post by Robert Heugel on Drinkdogma on Smoke Infusing Rye (or any other liquid I suppose)
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Calamityville on 6 Dec 2008
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