Tag Archives: Tequila

Donde esta Jose?

I’m no fan of straight whiskey or cognac or tequila tastings.  Because of the aged nature of these liquors, they invariably turn into money tastings.  By that I mean that the $300, 25-year-old bottle almost invariably tastes smoother and richer … Continue reading

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Mooses and Gooses Jooses

Before we go too much farther, we need to address a critical topic: juice.  A good home bar must have fresh squeezed juice.  I don’t care how much you spend on highly advertised super-premium liquors and $25 cocktail glasses, if you’re … Continue reading

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Sweetness

In preparing for the gin tasting this summer, I was stumped as to how I would prepare 30+ different variations and still focus on the tasting (and the party).  And I had an inspiration – plastic squeeze bottles.  They’re <$1 … Continue reading

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A Quick Glenn Fry Sidetrack

I know I said I’d start this blog with a series on my recent gin tasting.  but I had a drink the other night that reminded me of one of my all-time favorites and I need to sidetrack a bit … Continue reading

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