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Monday, May 6, 2013 Last Train to Brownsville By Warren Bobrow, Cocktail Whisperer I can picture in my mind’s eye the first time I tasted Mezcal. I was down in Mexico – specifically in the Yucatan Peninsula, visiting the Mayan … Continue reading
Apothecary Cocktails Restorative Drinks from Yesterday and Today More Sharing ServicesShare Print Author: Warren Bobrow Format: Flexi w/ Concealed Wire-o, 160 Pages Item: 212140 ISBN: 9781592335848 Publisher: Fair Winds Press Specs Price: $21.99 Not Yet Published – Available 10/15/2013 Buy … Continue reading
Friday, May 10, 2013 Caipirinha Classica By Warren Bobrow, Cocktail Whisperer I love Brazil. The people make up the social thread, the food fills their bellies and the music fills their hearts. Their heads are filled with the particularly potent … Continue reading
From Served Raw Magazine.. Just about the first piece I ever wrote about cocktails… or anything for that matter. served raw – twisted takes on taste. 05.25.10 7 Comments The Hand-Crafted Mint Julep by Warren Bobrow, Wild Table editor, … Continue reading
Klaus invented a new cocktail! This is not just any cocktail, mind you- but one that speaks clearly of the season. But what season is that? The dull time, just before the burst of spring. The ground coming out … Continue reading
FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 A Cocktail for Baudelaire By Warren Bobrow, Cocktail WhispererThe Aylesbury Duck is an intriguing vodka from The 86 Company. They also produce a white rum, a gorgeous blanco tequila, and a lush, aromatic and refreshing London gin. From … Continue reading
1 Print page Gartending: Freshly Minted By: Warren posted in: Food & Wine / Spirits Gin is in for early spring! Oh, please don’t get me wrong; it’s early spring- even though it doesn’t feel … Continue reading