The Gin is Flow’n

The Gin is Flow’n

We love Gin in our house. And admittedly, Ryan and I skipped a few pages weeks ago in search of new ways to enjoy our Gin No.6 blend. But Spring has sprung here in Las Vegas and while that brings lovely flowers, it sucks for seasonally allergies 🙁 With that, I had...
The 1914 Beauty Spot Cocktail

The 1914 Beauty Spot Cocktail

Many of the recipes we’ve tried thus far, have lasted the test of time. Others appear to have taken many years to evolve. Mr. Boston’s next recipe, The Beauty Spot Cocktail, seems to have taken yet another path. As our 1935 cocktail adventure continues, I...
The Bronx Golden Cocktail

The Bronx Golden Cocktail

I’ll confess, I’m a little tipsy as I share tonight’s Mr. Boston’s recipe. During our evening swim, Ryan and I decided to take our homemade Absinthe with us to New Orleans next week as a gift to the brand ambassadors who are sharing their...
The Colonial Cocktail from 1914

The Colonial Cocktail from 1914

I’m not sure how tonight’s Mr. Boston’s cocktail recipe gained its name but the recipe appears to have originated in Jacque Straub’s 1914 cocktail guide ‘Drinks.’ While Harry Craddock and Leo Cotton published an alternate version of...
The Alaska Cocktail

The Alaska Cocktail

We bit the bullet and picked up that needed bottle of yellow Chartreuse this afternoon. Might as well continue our weekly $80 Total Wine spend I guess. Like the green version, the yellow Chartreuse is mint forward. While the green tastes a bit like toothpaste, the...
The Belmont Cocktail

The Belmont Cocktail

In anticipation of last nights Mr. Boston’s recipe, Ryan and I stopped off at Trader Joe’s to pick up a pack of fresh raspberries. Following a tasting spree of delicious goat cheese, wine and even ice cream with coffee syrup, we made our way home to get...