It's a cocktail in a water cooler that you can have either hot or cold depending on which knob you press.
A new series of short books is like beach reading for cocktail geeks.
Pokemon Go is taking America by storm, but if you want in on the action without leaving the comfort of your home bar you might try making these Pokemon-themed ice balls instead.
Decorative trash cans as ice buckets? Check. Bitters that hang from the ceiling rather than take up space on the bar shelf? Check.
I receive a lot of boxes of liquor in the mail, sometimes in the form of a launch kit rather than just a bottle wrapped in bubble wrap. These kits are usually complete with little gifts like tasting glasses, cocktail shakers, and nearly always a USB drive with a press kit on it. So here's a post just about that.
Advanced packing tips for sharp objects and liquids from bartenders who travel a ton.
So, so many drink books are coming out this fall. Here are the latest covering everything from Hollywood to Cuba to Manhattan to Paris; a photo book on bourbon and a scratch and sniff guide to the same; Prohibition liquor and two books on cocktails of the silver screen.
The latest of Trick Dog's inventive cocktail menus is released, and this time it comes in the form of an adorable doggie calendar. Awwww.