Today we create our final Warren Bobrow cocktail: Twenty Cubic Feet of Sail. This cocktail is a rye whiskey based cocktail, taken from Warren's Whiskey Cocktails recipe book and uses some organic ginger liqueur as War...
Today we take a cocktail author and expert cocktail creator and ask him about cocktail bitters. From head lice, to belly aches and intestinal worms, cocktail bitters do a lot more than just make a good cocktail. The ...
Today we go live, the first time we get to use our own bar plumbing to clean our cocktail stuff, yay! AwesomeDrinks coupon code: VALENTINE16 for 15% off until March 14th 2016.
Today we bust out an Old Fashioned, a drink we've not built on the channel in some time. This drink is significant in the cocktail history books and, it seemed appropriate to have a co-host that understands that histo...
Today we create another Warren Bobrow cocktail from his Whiskey Cocktails book: Cigar Divan on Rupert Street. Warren Bobrow helps us build this cocktail, he has a desire to use organic product and cocktails with less ...
Today we create a cocktail out of Warren's Apothecary Cocktails book, a book that can be challenging for even Derrick to create on the fly, as it contains some nice recipes with teas and coffee's that required a bit m...
Hey folks, if you want to win the Treasure Island Refresher Cocktail Recipe Kit, you have to enter (US residence only) here: http://drinkc.sx/cocktailtv This recipe was designed by Warren Bobrow and, as it states, i...
The author of Cannabis Cocktails, Warren Bobrow, is here to show us how to modify the classic daiquiri cocktail with a bit of herbal supplement. Today, we learn that even a cannabis infused glycerin doesn't offer eno...
Today we have a guest and brand ambassador for Mezan Rum in the house, for a full week of episodes and then some. We first look at Mezan Rum, of course, where we get a full explanation of the product from the brand am...
Today we make the hot cakes shooter, or, what you'd probably call a Pancake shooter because...hot cakes, pancakes ... you know. This is another case of butterscotch turning into the flavor of maple syrup when combined...
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Flavorful, smokey and sweet at the same time with a nice cranberry base. Nice cranberry and bourbon oak play that doesn't exceed its reach on your tongue, nice and subtle flavors. The sweetness dulls out the potent attack that could have hit you in the face hole.
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The dryness of a cranberry juice cocktail with nice bourbon and oak lingering finish like a whiskey sour
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Like an aroma therapy for your face. Lots of candy sweetness that may remind you of ribbon candy or perhaps a strawberry watermelon jolly rancher.
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We are doing three unique variants to the Georgia Peach recipe because we feel you need to see all three to make the right choice. With such dynamically different recipes for the same cocktail name, we are giving you three ways to decide: spirit focused, dynamically tasting and the sweeter side.
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A light refreshing cocktail that's both very sour and very sweet at the very same time. Like a very nice raspberry soda.
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The Pink Lips, ultra easy to make cocktail that may give you the flavory filling of a sweet cake, donut or other not-good-for-you foodie.
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Less sweet than a tequila sunrise, with a good tequila flavor profile and an off-dry finish
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Tropical flavors of orange juice with a hint of cranberry and a nice touch of peach sweetness, a slight hint of ethanol in the finish
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The Castlevania Hidden Turkey Cocktail, time to mess up your inner child. Actually, as long as you apply the correct amount of cranberry juice you will be fine. Drink the ingredients without the cranberry juice and you will definitely be hurting.
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If you've ever played Castlevania, you were sure to have found the hidden turkey at one point or another. Now, let's see if you can find it once again as the sweet flavors of this tasty drink mask its hidden secret. This one's sure to creep up on you in the end with its potency. Enjoy but please drink responsibly.