Tag Archives: Moscow Mule

• You Can Now Ask Google How to Make Cocktails

You Can Now Ask Google How to Make Cocktails

Google announced a new addition to its Knowledge Graph this morning, adding cards that walk through the recipes for various cocktails. The cards break down the “main alcohol” for each cocktail alongside standard garnishes and recommended glassware. Recipes for food (“how to make meatloaf”) have been part of the Knowledge Graph for some time, but […]

• High spirits: Airlines offering better cocktails, craft beers

High spirits: Airlines offering better cocktails, craft beers

Alaska, Delta and Virgin offering more specialty and better drinks, with some locavore ingredients. Flying, at least for non-millionaires, has gotten grimmer in recent years. But things are looking up on the drinks cart. “You can actually get a decent drink,” says Anthony Caporale, director of beverage studies at the Institute of Culinary Education in […]

• Bartenders Name Their Most Overrated & Underrated Cocktails

Bartenders Name Their Most Overrated & Underrated Cocktails

The Moscow Mule was birthed in the late ’30s as a marketing strategy to introduce vodka to American audiences. And it dies right now. Cocktail trends come and go quicker than lazy barbacks, so to take the pulse of the industry, we asked 15 renowned bartenders to share which cocktails they think deserve to be […]

• Ready to RUMble

Ready to RUMble

Not being a regular rum drinker other than old school rum & coke, and oh, mojitos in Havana, I was lucky to be sent a bottle each of Cockspur Aged Reserve Rum and Cockspur Bajan Crafted Rum 12 to try. As luck would have it, I was having a dinner party and thought it would […]