Bamboo

Not so strong on alcohol, just delightful to sip on – this is the Bamboo.

Reincarnation of Anthony Edwards

A cocktail similar to the last one we posted. But still so different. This is the Reincarnation of Anthony Edwards.

Anthony Edwards

Gooseberries and chervil in a cocktail? Yes, they combine nicely on the Anthony Edwards drink.

Snake Eyes

An akvavit cocktail – with chocolate inside. Delicious!

Apple Press

Apple Cider Vinegar is what makes this drink stand out.

Redwood – Berlin

Why the bar is called Redwood becomes clear the moment you step in. The bar desk is made by a huge piece of American redwood and naturally becomes the centerpiece of attention. The bar itself you don't realle stumble upon though....

Smoke That Flower – almost

After visiting Niklas Ekstedts resturang in Stockholm we wanted to try to make their cocktail Smoke That Flower ourself. New to, but excited about mezcal we really think that its one of the most exciting cocktail ingredients. The cocktail is a...

Kantine Kohlmann – Berlin

Having cocktails outside, during the last weeks of summer is simply unbeatable, we visited the cocktail bar Kantine Kohlman in Kreuzberg, Berlin.

At Kantine Kohlmann's bar we tried four different cocktails. Of particular interest was a cocktail called "Nieto's Date", it's...

Solbeso – a new spirit

During a guided craft cocktail tour in New York we were recommended by our guide to buy a spirit we'd never heard of before; Solbeso.

The pale yellow bottle contains a clear spirit based on fresh cacao fruit. But hold on, this...

Royal Gold

The Royal Gold! We wanted to use Orgeat syrup in a cocktail and found inspiration at Absolut. The cocktail brought together vodka, almond, pineapple and ginger. The taste ended up being too spicy from the ginger ginger...

Vintage Spirits & Forgotten Cocktails

One of our cocktail books taken out most often is Vintage Spirits & Forgotten Cocktails by Ted Haigh. This book is a treasure cove for fans of the American 1920's cocktail era. Most recipes in the book are very valid also today,...

Pastis Tomate

We have a love-hate relationship with Pastis. The anise and licorice flavors are somewhat overwhelming but with the sweetness its highly enjoyable. Pastis hit the shelfs in 1932 some years after Absint been band.

Its often dilutet with water and...

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