Hey! We heard you wanted a drink that’ll get you “swole” meanwhile letting you get your buzz on. Look no further than the Pisco Sour. Although the Pisco is not a common household item, the favorable taste of the Pisco Sour is sure to be commonplace. The drink is not hard to make, and quite frankly, fun to make.
The key when cooking or ordering steak is not to pinpoint a “one size fits all” suggestion. Rather, by considering the cut and preparation of the steak alongside personal preference, one can find a myriad of options to accompany any bovine feast. Let’s consider steak and wine pairings by cut.
The Greyhound is the less famous twin brother to its Screwdriver twin sister. Instead of OJ, this simplistic cocktail only requires 2 ingredients at a 1 to 1 ratio. Its simplicity allows for less cocktail making time and more cocktail enjoying time. Word of caution, this drink’s simplicity makes it easy to go overboard
A demure is usually a woman who is shy or modest. Well this demure is a bourbon drinking, ass-kickin lady who’s going to make you love her. We prefer this lady as an appetizer to your meal or as your companion & date during cocktail hour. Have her back by midnight.
The Irish Coffee was created in the winter of 1943 by Joe Sheridan, chef at Foynes Port near Limerick, Ireland. Foynes was an airbase for transatlantic flights at the time that often carried political or Hollywood figures. Due to its popularity, it is of no surprise that this drink spread so quickly around the world.
You may be under the impression that pizza is too ordinary a dish to break out a bottle of wine for, but the truth is that pairing wine with pizza is actually a rather delicious idea. The plainest of pizzas can taste like a selection from a fancy pizzeria when enjoyed with just the right kind of wine. If you’re interested in this dynamic dining duo, then you’ll want to make sure that you do it right in order to truly capture the best that the experience has to offer.