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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The southern redberry, a 'ruby red grapefruit' colored drink with lots of dry and odd sour flavor. Neither of us really cared for the flavor profile, although with a bit of Orinoco bitters, we were able to balance it out a bit better. Both of us agree that the sweetness could be a bit better, the red bull isn't helping too much. This drink makes you thirsty.
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Today we dial back our cocktail history to some of the very first "cocktail" designs. These historic cocktails aren't going to be the most awesome, but they're what people used to drink back in the day when rum was just becoming popular. This is what you should think of when someone says "grog", but of course that's not what we think of today. Now, when you look back at where cocktails came from you can see how they've improved over time.
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The coco cooler cocktail, it's like a lightly sweet caramel soda with a bit of angostura mid-palate with a "suntan lotion" like coconut rum finish. This cocktail will liven up your coke experience (if it's the soda type).
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The Sloppy Joe's Mojito, a classic 1940's mojito recipe which should use the Sloppy Joe's rum but we can't get it so we're using the next best thing, Captain Morgan White Rum! Why? Because it's awesome. This cocktail fits the pool side "lime water" alternative, it's not strong but not too much mint.
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Today we create what could be the best drink of the summer, simply an amazing flavor, balance and taste. If you like a slightly ginger zing and a bit of a dry aftertaste with a nice sweet cherry start, this drink is definitely something to put the work into with the puree.
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Doug has to spill a bit because, that's just what he does and Daddy's Pear Juice is no different. Today, though, we create a cocktail with Xanté Pear Liqueur along with a few other cool spirits.
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Today we create Fragrant Pear and we ask the question of the day, give us some questions of the day. This recipe seems to follow the classic style while being a bit new aged and remaining fragrant and powerful.
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Today we break down the IBA version of the Dark 'N' Stormy cocktail with Goslings Black Seal rum. We also try out the canned version of Goslings Dark 'N' Stormy against the IBA recipe (and just see what it tastes like in General).
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Sometimes a cocktail's main ingredient is sweeter, usually when its primary spirit is a bit overwhelming (like Cruzan Black Strap). Strange name, strange creation, sweet cocktail.
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Coconut and sweet elderflower with a bit of sour to help balance it out; the bitters play an awesome role