This spicy twist on the classic Whiskey Sour Cocktail uses chai tea infused Bourbon as it’s foundation; egg white, PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur, honey syrup and fresh lime juice add texture and a deliciously balanced flavor.
As David Wondrich says in Esquire Drinks, “Cocktails should not remind you of childhood; therein lies problems.” Friends coming over for a party? Sure, make a pitcher of Margaritas. Just remember to leave the blender out of it.
3 parts silver Tequila
2 parts Cointreau
1 part lime juice
For a pitcher of Margaritas, stir all ingredients with ice to chill and dilute.
Strain out ice and store mix in the fridge until time to serve.
Crush ice in a Lewis Bag, cotton napkin or bar towel.
Pour Margarita mix over crushed ice in individual glasses to serve.
An old fashioned is an old fashioned, right? Well, not in Wisconsin. In Wisconsin, an old fashioned is different and that will never change, no matter how snooty we all get about cocktails and what they are “supposed” to be. Jeffrey has created his own version of the Brandy Old Fashioned, by way of Wisconsin, that pays homage to the mid-western classic.
You know us, we love cocktails. But sometimes all you want at the end of the night at MCC is a bottle of beer. Maybe that means a bud or maybe that means something from a craft brewery. If you fall into the latter camp, make your way down to the East Village and stop by Good Beer. Put together a mix and max six pack for 10% discount and be very very happy you did after the parties end each night.