Cracking the Whiskey Code

Cracking the Whiskey Code

The Approve Cocktail gave Ryan and I another chance at the drink which became a swampy mess a few days ago. In fact the only difference between the Appetizer No. 3 and last nights Mr. Boston’s recipe is the quantities of the three ingredients. Like the No. 3,...
The Beadlestone and Beals Cocktails

The Beadlestone and Beals Cocktails

Oh Mr. Cotton… you tried to goof us up again! I shouldn’t be surprised that Scotch had been replaced in last nights 1935 recipe with Old Mr. Boston Whiskey. The book was intended as a marketing tool after all. I started the evening fully prepared to try...
The Blinker Cocktail

The Blinker Cocktail

We returned home from a visit to Indio, CA with a bag full of homegrown Grapefruits. At the time I thought I’d be trying these beauties in a cocktail sooner rather than later. They have been tucked away in the back of our refrigerator since February. You read...
The Cablegram Whiskey Cocktail

The Cablegram Whiskey Cocktail

We had way too much fun sharing our Ginger Beer over at the Summer Market last night. So much fun that I did not get around to making up Mr. Boston’s 1935 Cablegram Highball 🙁 Market Week continues through Wednesday and Ryan is itching to start exploring. As a...
Homemade Hard Lemonade Circa 1935

Homemade Hard Lemonade Circa 1935

California Lemonade is next up in Mr. Boston’s 1935 recipe book. I admit, this is recipe did not excite me. All these citrus heavy cocktails are starting to bore my taste buds. As I started thinking more about the drink, I realized that the California Lemonade...