Liquor & Drink is now a responsive website. What this means is that the site will adapt to whatever device you are using from a phone to a large desktop computer.
Just wanted to explain some of the changes on the site in the last few weeks. I have removed a lot of liquor and mixers that had little or no content.
OK, just got back from a local restaurant that patterns itself after a nightclub. Guy in a tuxedo up on stage singing the classics (good voice).
I found Blason de Bourgogne's Cremant sparkling wines at Trader Joe's and have really enjoyed them.
After a long hiatus, Liquor and Drink is back with a new site design and new content.
The Brinley family makes vanilla and other flavored rums in the St. Kitt's in the Caribbean. These spirits have a very natural flavor and avoid the usual cloying nature of flavored rums.
Packing booze in checked baggage can be a messy affair. Take your drinks with you safe and sound in aluminum Sigg bottles.
The ubiquitous Thermos has grown up and is perfect for taking that mixed drink with you on a hot day.
Mojitos are everywhere and most of them taste like crap. Find out how to make a really good Mojito from Cuban bartenders in the Cayman Islands.
Indeed, James Bond drinks a variety of spirits, wine, and even beer. The movies push the vodka Martini but there is much more in Bond's bar.
In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is a heavily marketed, margarita soaked party. In Mexico, it means something different.
The booze, mixers, glassware, and garnish are all covered in drink recipes. But what about one of the most important ingredients--the one that brings the drink together?
The bartenders in Havana still hand press juice out of raw sugar cane for Mojitos. Find out what other tricks they have.
I didn't just want to do another drink recipe website. No, this site is going to go beyond the lists of ingredients into liquor reviews, where drinks came from, and how to make good ones.