Well here`s something right up my alley…a twist of the Sazerac containing absinthe, gin and campari…
And not only that but it also uses a strong spicy bourbon while the classic Sazerac uses rye or cognac or both.
I`m a huge fan of the Sazerac – THE quintessential cocktail of New Orleans, or shall […]
This is a gin from the Bitter Truth that i think was launched this fall. It´s pink, it´s spiced with bitters and it lives in a real beautiful bottle.
It started with sea sickness…that`s from where the tradition of blending gin and bitters began by the Royal Navy. And that`s why i now sit […]
This little cocktail is a strong fella that could wake up the dead..
It`s a very much New Orlean cocktail…combining all that which sums up the unique ambiance of this one of a kind city.
Equal parts absinthe and vermouth paired with gin is what we have here in this old classic tipple which […]
I keep coming back to Campari over and over again, not too often but regularly because i really appreciate this bitter and very special tasting aperitif.
It goes perfectly with all kinda citrus fruits and traditionally its the lemon and orange that is used, naturally since that`s what`s growing in Italy – the home […]
Geranium Gin is a new and exciting Danish gin to try out. Launched in Europe this fall and also exhibited at Bar Convent Berlin it soon makes its way over the pond. Geranium gin is made by Henrik Hammer and his father who is a chemist and was developed by a true passion […]
Citadelle is quite different from other gins – smoothe, slightly sweet and complex with juniper and citrus notes. It also has a bit of a floral quality and a more mellow gin flavour with a clean finish.Its made from an original recipe dating back to 1771 created in Gt district of Dunkirk.
June 30th, 2009 | Tags: Citadelle, Gin, Gin and Tonic | Category: Citadelle, Gin |
When i first tasted Martin Miller´s gin i found it had a special flavor and i really like it, it has a smooth and a bit earthy-bitter juniper flavour paired with an overall pleasant spicinress and slightly bright citrus and herbal flavours in between.
There´s one thing i specifically like with good […]
Beefeater 24 is being distilled to a new recipe using specially selected botanicals including a blend of Japanese Sencha and Chinese green teas.Beefeater’s original creator James Burrough constantly tried different combinations of ingredients and used seville oranges already in the 1860s.
Sharing Burrough’s passion for experimentation and flavour, Desmond Payne started experimenting […]
March 26..time for a sponsred TDN again! this time we were ponsored by Beefeater gin, which i think is nice as i have a special relationship with this gin as its the gin i grew up with. This gin also transports me to London in my memories from times when i have visited that […]