Archive for Cindy Augustine
Talking drinks with the pair behind Austin Cocktails.
Is it good or bad for you?
You can—and should—still cocktail in January.
It’s like a beer Slurpee.
It has a strong effect on the final product.
Slow it down. Savor the moment.
It’s about all about H20.
But will it make it into her ice cream flavors?
And you thought there was only one right way.
The man behind Moonshine University talks taste.
Whiskey and a PBR is only the beginning.
She also has a thing for second dinners. Smartly.
Ellen Zachos has a bunch of ideas on how to think about that.
Time to go straight to the gin source: Simon Ford.
The co-author of the new Koreatown breaks it all down.
Sure, you can now visit Cuba. But you can also drink Cuban-style at home in the U.S.
Whatever your sign, drink what’s right right now.
You don’t have to hang out in Mos Eisley to know it’s party time.
Rolling their way straight into your glass.
The month and Pisces in drinks.
Stefani Jackenthal on balancing competitive training and a love of booze.
It’s the month of Capricorn’s end and the start of Aquarius.
Caffeine finds its way into a new crop of cocktails.
Who says you can’t juice and booze at the same time?
Turns out Soderbergh does more than make and produce movies.
It’s the month of Sagittarius’ end and the start of Capricorn.
How a magician bartender is enhancing food and drink with fragrance.
This home bar kit has all the essentials for cocktail culturists.
Because when you live in America, you can get drunk and shop from your phone on Black Friday.
It’s the month of Scorpio’s end and the start of Sagittarius.
Bring your thirst. Across the country, these new drinks are what matter now.