Friday, July 30, 2010

Aphrodite @ Saucer

I was hoping for more, small pour, and the beer is just better from a bottle (which makes it easier to satisfy my craving when it hits).

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

How to Build a Layered Drink

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How to build a perfectly-layered drink
July 6, 2010
There's something undeniably appealing about spirits served in a neat stack, and something even better about being the one to build it. If you'd like to achieve the perfect float at home, all you need are your desired ingredients, a quick lesson in liquor density, and a very cold spoon.

After you've lined your glass with the drink's initial layer, hold a chilled spoon, backside up, in the glass, just above the liquid. Pour the next spirit slowly over the back of the spoon so that it is dispersed evenly across the first layer. The best way to get great layers is to make sure you're starting with the heaviest liquor first -- check out our density chart to know which booze belongs on the bottom.
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Today's Cocktail Recipe
The B52
1/2 oz Coffee liqueur

1/2 oz Irish cream

1/2 oz Grand Marnier

In a shot glass, layer the coffee liqueur, Irish cream, and Grand Marnier in that order.
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