NYT Cooking: Yana Volfson, the beverage director at Cosme, created this elegant yet lively drink for that Manhattan restaurant. It draws its ingredients equally from France and Mexico. The fiery mezcal is calmed by the subtly sweet and fruity blanc vermouth. The guanabana nectar (also known as soursop), which has litchi-like characteristics, adds yet another unexpected flavor note to this twist on a margari...
10 wood signs of Game of Throne locations. Each sign is hand painted Straps not included, you only receive the signs. Signs are hand crafted and will closely represent the picture, but please allow for some differences.
James Bond created the Vesper in Ian Fleming’s 1953 novel, Casino Royale. Bond instructs the bartender to shake the cocktail (of course), but Miles Macquarrie likes to stir his Vespers. This keeps the drink silky rather than frothy.
Creating drinks named the "Turf Cocktail" was evidently a popular pastime during the decades hugging the turn of the century. There are no fewer than three distinct drink recipes bearing this name or a slight variation that come to us from old bar books.