Babbie’s (Not So) Special Cocktail

Babbie’s (Not So) Special Cocktail

I was so excited to get into the “B” section of Mr. Boston’s 1935 edition. That is until we tasted the first drink on the list… Babbie’s Special Cocktail. As another blogger eloquently put it, “I really hope Babbie was special for...
The Barbary Coast Cocktail & Two That Didn’t Make the Grade

The Barbary Coast Cocktail & Two That Didn’t Make the Grade

In an effort to keep accelerate my progress on this Mr. Boston’s blog series, Ryan and I tasted the next three “Bar” titled cocktails last night. The first drink of the evening called for one of our all time favorite spirits, Scotch Whisky! Though it...
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...
A Night in London, The Cafe’ de Paris Cocktail

A Night in London, The Cafe’ de Paris Cocktail

After opening it’s doors in 1924, London’s Cafe’ de Paris became ” one of the most famous entertainment venues in the world.” One particular customer, the Prince of Wales (Edward VIII), helped introduce the crème de la crème of high...
The Cowboy Cocktail

The Cowboy Cocktail

After two of these, you won’t even need a horse. Ride ’em cowboy! Cowboys were all the rage in the early days of the American West. Long before television and Clint Eastwood helped popularize the rough and tumble, Will Rodgers traveled the country with his...