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Today we are drinking a Bloody Mary. Thank god. Bloody Mary Recipe: 2 OUNCES VODKA 4 OUNCES TOMATO JUICE ½ OUNCE LEMON JUICE ½ TEASPOON WORCESTERSHIRE 2-4 DASHES HOT SAUCE SALT AND PEPPER TO TASTE Add all ingredients to a mixing tin and add ice. Roll back and forth between mixing tins and strain into an ice-filled Collins or highball glass. Gar ...…
 
This week’s adult beverage is a classic for no apparent reason, and is up for some revamping if anyone wants to take a crack at it! Blood And Sand Recipe: 1 OUNCE SCOTCH, PREFERABLY BLENDED 1 OUNCE CHERRY LIQUEUR, PREFERABLY CHERRY HEERING 1 OUNCE SWEET VERMOUTH 1 OUNCE ORANGE JUICE Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake. S ...…
 
After fueling the Green Mountain Boys in their capture of Fort Ticonderoga from the British during the Revolutionary War, this cocktail has become a Colonial-era classic. Tune in to learn more! Stone Fence Recipe: 2 OUNCES DARK RUM, BRANDY, BOURBON, OR RYE 1 DASH ANGOSTURA BITTERS 5 OUNCES FRESH PRESSED APPLE CIDER Add all ingredients to a rock ...…
 
Learn about how to make an Americano cocktail even more American – by adding pilsner! Americano Perfecto Recipe: 1 ½ OUNCES CAMPARI ¾ OUNCE DOLIN ROUGE SWEET VERMOUTH ¾ OUNCE CARPANO ANTICA SWEET VERMOUTH 4 OUNCES PILSNER Add ice to a Collins Glass. Add Campari and both vermouths. Top with pilsner and garnish with an orange wheel. Leave us some ...…
 
A wonderful transition into our favorite season, this maple-yet-sour cocktail is a pure delight. Listen to Hailey keep this episode from proceeding by running her own Filibuster. Filibuster Recipe: 2 OUNCES RYE ¾ OUNCE LEMON JUICE ½ OUNCE MAPLE SYRUP 1 SMALL EGG WHITE Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker and dry shake. Add ice and shake wel ...…
 
Today we are drinking a cocktail called the Mexican Firing Squad. If you like margaritas but want to stop being such a basic bitch, this one’s for you. Mexican Firing Squad Recipe: 2 OUNCES TEQUILA ¾ OUNCE LIME JUICE ¾ OUNCE GRENADINE 5 DASHES ANGOSTURA BITTERS SODA WATER (OPTIONAL) Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake un ...…
 
Today we are drinking a Dark ‘n’ Stormy, which is quite relevant as Hannah’s just been pummeled by Hurricane Florence over the weekend , and Hailey’s just getting into the rainy season. A Dark ‘n’ Stormy is a highball cocktail made with dark rum (the “dark”) and ginger beer (the “stormy”) served over ice and garnished with a slice of lime. Dark ...…
 
This cocktail is the cat’s pajamas. Nay, the eel’s ankle. Well it’s the elephant’s instep, the snake’s hip and the capybara’s spats. Regardless, we’ll have a Bee’s Knees, Johnny, and step on it before the bulls show up. Bee’s Knees Recipe: 1 ½ OUNCES GIN ¾ OUNCE LEMON JUICE ¾ OUNCE HONEY SYRUP Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Add ice a ...…
 
The Mai Tai is a cocktail based on rum, Curaçao liqueur, orgeat syrup, and lime juice, associated with Polynesian-style settings. We think the Wall Street Journal said it best, “If you think of Tiki as the cocktail world’s sugary cousin with a penchant for bad Hawaiian shirts, then you haven’t had the good stuff.” Bitter Mai Tai Recipe: 1 ½ OUN ...…
 
The Moscow mule is a cocktail made with vodka, spicy ginger beer, and lime juice, garnished with a slice or wedge of lime. It is popularly served in a copper mug; however, public health advisories recommend the mugs be plated with nickel or stainless steel on the inside and the lip. Moscow Mule Recipe: 2 OUNCES VODKA ¾ OUNCE LIME JUICE 4 OUNCES ...…
 
Today we are drinking what Megan Krigbaum cites as “A fancy man’s Black and Tan,” the Black Velvet. The Black Velvet is a beer cocktail made from a stout (often Guinness) and white, sparkling wine, traditionally Champagne. The drink is said to have originated at the Brooks’s Club on St. James’s Street in London, on the occasion of the death of ...…
 
The mint julep is made primarily using bourbon (or some other spirit), sugar, water, crushed or shaved ice, and fresh mint. As a bourbon-based cocktail, it is associated with the American South and the cuisine of the Southern United States in general, and the Kentucky Derby in particular. Mint Julep Recipe: 1 LARGE MINT SPRIG ½ – ¾ OUNCE SIMPLE ...…
 
Swizzle your way out to the Scottish Caribbean with a Padang Swizzle! Padang Swizzle Recipe: 1 ½ OUNCES AMONTILLADO SHERRY ½ OUNCE AGED RUM ¼ OUNCE ISLAY SINGLE-MALT SCOTCH ¾ OUNCE LIME JUICE ½ OUNCE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ¾ OUNCE CINNAMON SYRUP Add all ingredients to a Collins or Pilsner glass. Add crushed ice and swizzle using a swizzle stick or ba ...…
 
Our latest episode explores the conspiracy behind the Paloma Cocktail’s Wiki page, and the mystery surrounding the Paloma’s origin. Paloma Recipe: 2 OUNCE TEQUILA 1 OUNCE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ½ OUNCE LIME JUICE ¾ OUNCE SIMPLE SYRUP 2 DASHES GRAPEFRUIT BITTERS (OPTIONAL) SODA WATER, TO TOP Add first 4 (or 5 if using bitters) ingredients to a cocktai ...…
 
According to Brian Petro from alcoholprofessor.com, there are some historians that believe the sour category is a scaled down version of the basic punch. It has the elements of “one sour, two sweet, three strong, four weak” that a classic punch has, but in an individual serving size. The proportions are a bit off, but you get the idea. The base ...…
 
According to Liquor.com, the Mojito is the drink bartenders love to hate. It takes too much time to make, it’s a pain to clean up and it’s ordered in quantities far too large by drinkers far too unadventurous. Yet the Mojito remains one of the most popular cocktails, and for a solid reason: It’s a very, very good drink. It deserves to be constr ...…
 
A gin and tonic is a highball cocktail made with gin and tonic water poured over ice. It is usually garnished with a slice or wedge of lime. The amount of gin varies according to taste. Suggested ratios of gin to tonic are between 1:1 and 1:3. Gin & Tonic Recipe: 2 OUNCES GIN TONIC WATER TO TOP Add gin to a highball glass and fill with ice. Fil ...…
 
This heady and heavy-handed punch is made for lazy summer afternoons (or—when heated and mulled—lazy, winter weekends), so we’d recommend refraining from following a punch bowl up with any sort of plans, angling or otherwise. An early-known print reference to Fish-House Punch is in “The Cook” (1885): Fish-House Punch There’s a little place just ...…
 
This simple “gin and juice” concoction was a hit among the scores of illegal drinkers during the years of Prohibition. While there’s not a lot of history behind the cocktail itself, aside from being named as one of the worst drinks of the decade in 1934 by Esquire magazine (along with the Bronx, the Brandy Alexander and the Clover Club), it has ...…
 
Today we are celebrating National Martini Day, which is Tuesday this week, with a variation of Hailey‘s go-to, called the Fitty Fitty Martini, aka the 50-50 Martini, aka the Perfect Martini. For the original martini, head back to our first episode, but if you’re gearing up to celebrate with a bit more vermouth, the Fitty Fitty is the way to go! ...…
 
Happy Negroni Week! This week – this entire week – has been devoted to Negronis, so clearly, that is what we are drinking today. While the drink’s origins are unknown, the Negroni is an iconic Italian cocktail, considered an apéritif. Let us know if you participated in Negroni week and we’ll get you a shout out in an upcoming episode! Negroni R ...…
 
Today we are drinking the Rob Roy – not to be confused with Roy Rogers cocktail, or the Roy Rogers burger chain for that matter, the Rob Roy is a cocktail consisting primarily of whisky and vermouth. A Rob Roy cocktail is similar to a Manhattan but is made exclusively with Scotch whisky, while the Manhattan (as we’ve discussed in an earlier epi ...…
 
A Cosmopolitan, or informally a “cosmo,” is a cocktail made with citron vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, and freshly squeezed, or sweetened, lime juice. Although originally created sometime in the 70s or 80s, it wasn’t until the airing of Sex in the City that the Cosmopolitan really launched into pop culture icon status. In the late ’90s and ...…
 
The gimlet (pronounced with a hard ‘g’) is a cocktail typically made of gin, lime juice, and simple syrup. A 1928 description of the drink was: “gin, a spot of lime, and soda”. While originally an English cocktail, as esquire.com points out, the gimlet today has closer connotations to the hard boiled detectives and gangsters of Raymond Chandler ...…
 
A margarita is a cocktail consisting of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice, often served with salt on the rim of the glass. The drink is served shaken with ice (on the rocks), blended with ice (frozen margarita), or without ice (straight up). While you can serve a margarita in a variety of glass types, ranging from cocktail and wine glasse ...…
 
So, here’s a question for you: why would a posh LA restaurant name a popular cocktail after a competitor? At some point in the mid-1930s, the Vendome Club did just that. The Vendome started serving a version of the whiskey sour named after one of its Hollywood neighbors: the Brown Derby restaurant. Their name for the drink—“Brown Derby”—replace ...…
 
The rickey is a highball drink made from gin or bourbon, half of a lime squeezed and dropped in the glass, and carbonated water. Little or no sugar is added to the rickey. Originally created with bourbon in Washington, D.C. at Shoomaker’s bar by bartender George A. Williamson in the 1880s, supposedly in collaboration with Democratic lobbyist Co ...…
 
A Jack Rose is a cocktail containing applejack, grenadine, and lemon or lime juice, popular in the 1920s and 1930s. It notably appeared in Ernest Hemingway’s 1926 classic, The Sun Also Rises, and was a favorite cocktail of American Author John Steinbeck. The drink was also associated with “Baldy Jack Rose,” a key player in the Rosenthal murder ...…
 
While the exact origin of the Sidecar cocktail is unclear; it is widely accepted to have been invented around the end of World War I, but, could have come from either London, or Paris. Regardless of location, we choose to believe that it was named after a bum in a bar who was picked up by his badass mother, who drove a motorcycle and dumped her ...…
 
Hemingway Daiquiri Recipe: 2 OUNCES WHITE RUM (Hemingway’s favorite was Bacardi!) 1/2 OUNCE MARASCHINO LIQUEUR, PREFERABLY LUXARDO 3/4 OUNCE LIME JUICE 1/2 OUNCE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE GARNISH: LIME WHEEL Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake until chilled. Strain through a Hawthorne strainer from the shaker tin, and then throug ...…
 
This episode is brought to you by our Irish alter-egos, Clover McTavern and Stumpy McTurnips. We used this week’s podcast to explore the history of Ireland’s patron St. Patrick, and recover from our own St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, with a few sips of a drink called Pot Of Gold. There are a number of different drink recipes under the same nam ...…
 
An Old Fashioned is the textbook description of a cocktail – a potent concoction of spirits, bitters, water, and sugar. And we love it! Tune in to learn more about the history of the Old Fashioned, which is essentially the history of cocktails all together! Old Fashioned Recipe: 1 TEASPOON OF GRANULATED SUGAR SPLASH OF WARM WATER 2-3 DASHES ANG ...…
 
Unfortunately, we weren’t actually in Manhattan while we explored the Manhattan cocktail, but we were in the same room – maybe one of the last chances we’ll get for a while! As we discuss on this episode, the Manhattan is subject to considerable variation and innovation, and is often a way for the best bartenders to show off their creativity. T ...…
 
Welcome to the Sundowners Podcast. We’re so excited to launch our very first episode, and to get us started, we tackle the classiest of all beverages: the Martini. Although the origin of the martini isn’t known for sure, there are a few speculations, which we cover after a brief introduction to the podcast. For those who don’t know, a “sundowne ...…
 
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