Like a plague of locusts or an army of Huns, the cocktailian hordes descended on New York City on May 11 -- bar owners, mixologists, distillers, publi...
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Don't go looking for mixologist Karl Franz Williams' spirited creations at 67 Orange Street in Manhattan. Besides the fact that Orange St. is now call...
Don't worry, it has nothing to do with those terrible bright red things in Shirley Temples.
When I first started thinking about writing this year-end wrap-up, I thought that 2011 was a pretty blah year for new spirits.
Unless you've been living under a rock for the last year -- or simply aren't a cocktail geek -- you know that the hottest trend to hit the mixology scene is barrel-aged cocktails.
'm not the only one whose mind boggles at the globe-hopping mixological marvel that is Angus Winchester.
The only problem with the current cocktail scene is that many of the ingredients required for these vintage cocktails haven't been made for decades.
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