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Adventures in Cocktails
Welcome to "DrinkBoy". The DrinkBoy website was one of the first sites to promote and provide insights on "Craft Cocktails". Many hearald it as being one of the main reasons bartenders as well as customers have embraced cocktails as a cuisine instead of just an alcohol delivery vehicle.
The Discussion Continues
Early on, one of the key benefits I was providing was my discussion forum on the now defunct MSN Groups site. When that site went away, I rethought the overall concept of the discussion forum and rebranded it as the "Chanticleer Society" to embrace more of a community approach. We are still carrying on great discussions over there, so please stop by and join the community! (http://www.ChanticleerSociety.org)
Most Recent Article:
Sour Mix: How to Wield That Hammer
- Sour mix is an ingredient that many beginners find to be rather confusing. Hopefully I can assist in removing some of the mystery of this very simple ingredient, as well as provide some pointers on it's proper usage.
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- This cult favorite first appeared in 1916, in "Recipes for Mixed Drinks", by Hugo Ensslin, head bartender at Times Square’s Hotel Wallick. Ensslin’s original formula called for the drink to also include crème de violette, which tints the drink a light sky blue. It is Harry Craddock's "Savoy Cocktail Book" from 1930 in which we find the version of the Aviation without the crème de violette, but otherwise it is the exact same recipe as Mr. Ensslins.
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- DIY Cocktails provides a step by step guide to understanding why the "classic" cocktail recipes work, and then encouraging the reader to try their own modifications in an effort to become more comfortable with coming up with their own recipes.
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- With an ever expanding collection of high-quality tools and books, Cocktail Kingdom has become a very important resource for most of the worlds craft bars and their bartenders.
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