Archive for Kara Newman
Chris Elford of Seattle’s No Anchor explains.
Edda Bar is home base for aquavit and hygge.
This author’s ad-hoctail is a smarter, better plan for cocktails on the fly.
Time to meet the magic of equal-parts cocktails.
Old Fashioned, meet butternut squash.
Vermouth, sherry and the favor of the gods.
A day-drinking favorite takes on an unusual hue.
One book tells the history of the American spirit.
Decades of bourbon-making lead to great wisdom.
A new book about the Mai-Kai brings you in.
Yellow Chartreuse is the last frontier of deliciousness.
A tropical drink with gin, not rum? Believe it!
Sherry, vermouth and a dash of royal glamour.
Talk about money well spent.
It’ll wake you up, then eff you up.
Get to know this gin-kissed blackberry beauty.
Sample the drink that made Julio Bermejo a legend.
Dry sherry gets propped up with vermouth and bitters.
Robert Simonson lays out the glass-raising of the last 30 years.
Try this smoky variation of the gingery refresher.
All aboard for this legendary gin libation!
This Pegu Club standby should be in your repertoire.
Nocino is walnut liqueur. And it’s insanely delicious.
There’s more to it than only making a Martini.
Put four styles of whiskey to their best uses.
There are welcome drinks. And three bars.