A pot still shaped like a dragon and a scientific reinvention of the ancient dunder pit process? Only at Lost Spirits Distillery in California.
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
I built a potato clock and used it as a cocktail garnish.
A book on cocktail science theory and practice that I highly recommend.
Lou Bustamante reports on a seminar on wood and barrels from this year's Tales of the Cocktail convention.
Exploring enzymes in spirits. What are they, what they do, and how they're used in different spirits.
I bought a centrifuge and did a first set of experiments with tonic syrup.
I attended a seminar sponsored by Disaronno on The Science of Flavour by food scientist Dr. Rachel Edwards-Stuart. I took a lot of notes - and here they are.
This week a company Cosmic Lifestyle Corporation announced work on a new space program to make cocktails in space a reality. The idea isn't to cater to astronauts, but rather for the much delayed space tourism industry expected to launch this year. We're not talking about sipping a drink Capri Sun style (prepackaged cocktails in a bag), but a stemmed drinking vessel that looks like a cocktail glass. Designed with grooves that hold the drink simply through surface tension rather than a physical barrier to keep it in the glass. The concept is based on the same kinds of principles...