The Passion Fruit Sour cocktail was a submission that we saw in the inbox and just had to create immediately. The concept of bringing an aged rum together with passion fruit in a daiquiri like design was too hard to r...
Today we create a cocktail for our patreon subscriber Danny Morris. Danny has committed over $140 to our show. Danny told us he likes rum and has been into elderflower so we created the Rum Flower for Danny. This dri...
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...
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Time to make a Dark 'n Stormy Christmas Eve Style. How does one do that? With Jagermeister Spice of course! In most regards this taste much like a Dark 'n Stormy, although Derrick prefers a bit more of a lemon juice in his Dark 'n Stormy recipe designs, this one brings in a bit of a "holiday spice" in the form of subtle vanilla from the Jagermeister Spice. However, it's much more overpowered with the ginger beer addition.
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A maple syrup like taste with a bit of a tart finish
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It tastes...just like a scented candle smells, cinnamon and sweetness. However, there is a fairly intense burn in the finish.
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Base Coffee flavor with a slight lime and citrus mid-palate that is both strange and intriguing at the exact same time; well balanced after you get used to the combination.
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While we received this as a review, looking around the web for pricing, it looks like you'll be able to find Naughty Nog falling somewhere between $12 and $16 which is a great deal for a very niche product. At any other time during the year, I believe the excitement will be much more muted but Ivanabitch has timed it right, for those in the holiday mood or working their way into overdrive, you're going to find Naught Nog hard to put down.
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Citrus meets intense candied black licorice flavor with a light but tasty sweet finish of grenadine.
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Smooth creamy texture of eggnog, vanilla and nutmeg. Pure Christmas awesomeness.
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Creamy flavorful balance of spices against the eggnog with little potency; nice mild coffee profile.
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Dark chocolate in the front, creamy white chocolate in the center with a mild oak like finish. Or, perhaps like Derrick you get the oak first and chocolate last. Either way is great.
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The smell of this cocktail is just...wrong. It's a bit of a turn-off, but the taste is okay. Subtle jagermeister, with a potent heat throughout the cocktail and the Wild Turkey really comes through as does some of the bailey's.