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  • Re: Barrel-Aged & Bottle-Aged cocktails. A modern creation?

    I do loves me some barrel-aged spirits & cocktails. There's something so novel and interesting about taking...say, mezcal or a negroi and setting it in a barrel for six weeks to five months (depending on what's in the barrel and how large is the barrel). What happens when it is reborn is...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Liberty - Bar on 22 Jun 2011
  • Re: Best variations on the Negroni?

    It's interesting you mention a 'Maltese Negroni' I've just come back from Malta and in my search for a decent drink came across one although different reciepe and was instead called the Maltese cocktail. 1pt Gin 1pt Campari 1pt Martini Rosso served long topped with 'Kinnie', Malta's...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Jack Sotti on 6 May 2011
  • Re: Best variations on the Negroni?

    Yeah, I've heard wonderful things about that Carpano, but have been unable to find it here (DC) in brick-and-mortar places thus far. I've been using Dolin, which is far superior to the standard fare, but reportedly lacks that je ne se qua . That FauxGroni sounds like an excellent day-drinking...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Geoffrey Greene on 2 Mar 2011
  • Best variations on the Negroni?

    Recent convert to Campari and the Negroni here (inspired by Jason Wilson's excellent Boozehound ). Made mine to wide acclaim (as wide as you can get among four drinkers, at least) according to the first Esquire recipe I found on Google at the time: 1.5 oz Gin 0.75 oz Campari 0.75 oz Sweet Vermouth...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Geoffrey Greene on 1 Mar 2011
  • Re: Italian inspired cocktails

    Just a couple ideas... don't know if they'll work for you: 1) It's not a twist on an Italian drink, but a slightly Italian twist on the Manhattan (hence the name) -- The "Little Italy". My girlfriend had one of these at the Tar Pit in LA, and we started making them at home. Basically...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Will on 8 Feb 2010
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