According to cocktail writer, Paul Clarke, the origin of the Suffering Bastard dates back to the 1940s at the Long Bar in the Shepheard Hotel in Cairo.Read more
The food you’ve prepared is not quite ready, but at least all six of your guests have a drink in hand. The first round included two old fashioneds (one with rye and the other with bourbon), two beers, something “light and fruity” and a daiquiri—not to mention something for yourself. Opting for the simplest choice, you pour yourself a glass of whiskey, neat.Read more
Whether it’s to be added to heavy cream for a dessert libation or it’s a component of a more complex cocktail, coffee liqueur is not only simple to make—it’s one cocktail ingredient guaranteed to make you friends.
- Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake until chilled.
- Strain into a glass and garnish with a lemon wheel.