Green Chartreuse is the kryptonite of many cocktail enthusiasts – it’s certainly mine. If you’re not familiar with Chartreuse, here is the crash course. It’s a French herbal liqueur that’s made by Carthusian monks based on a recipe they purportedly received in 1605. The two types that you’ll see most often are yellow (40% ABV) and green (55% ABV), but there are other iterations that include aged and higher ABV bottlings. Yellow is the more mild version, while green is the bolder.
The Apparent Sour may seem simple, but don’t underestimate how delicious it is. I first made this cocktail for a client and a coworker during Read more
I never used to respect the daiquiri. I didn’t understand the appeal of an overly-sweet alcoholic slushy. Actually, I didn’t have much respect for the old fashioned either – which is now my go to cocktail. Looking back, it’s apparent that Read more
“Always do sober what you said you’d do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.” – Ernest Hemingway
Fernet and Chartreuse are known for their bold flavors which some may find too intense, but personally I gravitate towards them. Many cocktail enthusiasts are aware of the Industry Sour devised by Ted Kilgore of Taste in St. Louis, which features both of these ingredients. I prefer to Read more