A review of The Flavor Bible by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg. How to use it in creating new cocktails, working with the seasons, and infusing spirits.
Reviewing the 1010 Pina Colada flavor as well as their Whiskey Coconut Cream Liqueur; I also took a look at 1010 advertising choices and ranted about needlessly gendering products that everyone can enjoy.
Hooligans Irish Ginger Infused Whiskey, a product out of Ireland (of course) and perfect for St.Pattys day. It’s a small brand with a lot of room to grow, but it still has an eye catching bottle and a perfect niche target.
This small brand is based out of Washington and available up and down the west coat (as well as in Africa). It’s made with caramel and Indian spices, giving it a unique quality and proving to be not *too* sweet.
With a long history, a celebrity distiller, and the power of advertising, Beefeater has everything they need to prosper in a rapidly changing market.
A little bit of background on the bottles and labels that we chose at Lucidi Distilling, the reasons behind it, and what I learned from the experience.
Podcast Review and discussion of Leadslingers Whiskey Brand, a veteran owned distillery out of Oklahoma.
The amount of research, work, and passion that went into this project is evident in every single page and it makes me excited to read more of Mr.Wondrich’s work.
A Book Review of Tequila! Distilling the Spirit of Mexico by Marie Sarita Gaytan. A fascinating look into the history of distillation in Mexico and how it is affected (and effects) the culture and the people.
In in depth review of Martin and Rebecca Cate’s book Smugglers Cove. Based on years of experience they have assembled the definitive book on Tiki Culture.