Farm to Table Cannabis ep. 4 w/ Tyrone Jones Medicated BBQ Sauce, Warren Bobrow The Cocktail Whisperer
Saint Patrick’s Day is coming, Klaus recommends you try a Green Dragon for the wearing of the green!
This week Bartender Journey speaks with me about my ground breaking book “Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails & Tonics“!
Wednesday March 2, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Join us for a free live-stream with Warren Bobrow as he demonstrates a few cocktails from his new book: Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails, & Tonics: The Art of Spirited Drinks and Buzz-Worthy Libations
• A basic decarbing using the microwave
• How to infuse decarbed Cannabis into Bourbon Whiskey using heat in a double boiler
• A Moscow Mule with Q-Ginger Beer and explain why you shouldn’t have more than one cocktail per hour and what to do if you have too much
• A Gin and Tonic with Barr Hill Gin and Tonic from Q-Drinks finished with bitters made with Cannabis Tincture for scent and color
The original apothecarians and many country medicine/folk healers used cannabis tinctures as part of their healing regiment. From the inactive forms of THCA and CBDA used for medicinal purposes to fully decarbed versions, strains in both the Indica (night time) and Sativa (day time) have become more mainstream. Individual strains of Cannabis may actually alleviate many ills that force people to their doctors in the first place. It’s “high” time for this essential healing ingredient to be embraced once again.
As we have seen the explosion of hand-crafted bitters behind the bar and the use of syrups, infusions, tinctures and tonics- along with craft sodas and even Colonial techniques like punches and cobblers, the use of Cannabis extracts in Craft Cocktails has become an important trend that is only just beginning.
Warren Bobrow is a mixologist, chef, and writer known as the Cocktail Whisperer. Bobrow has published three books on mixology and written articles for Saveur magazine, Voda magazine, Whole Foods-Dark Rye, Distiller, Beverage Media, DrinkupNY and other periodicals. He has written for SoFAB Magazine at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum and has written restaurant reviews for New Jersey Monthly. He has also contributed to the Sage Encyclopedia of Food Issues and the Oxford Encyclopedia edition named Savoring Gotham: A Food Lover’s Companion to New York City
Previous books include:
Apothecary Cocktails: Restorative Drinks from Yesterday and Today
Whiskey Cocktails: Rediscovered Classics and Contemporary Craft Drinks
Bitters and Shrub Syrup Cocktails: Restorative Vintage Cocktails, Mocktails & Elixirs
Today we have a guest and brand ambassador for Mezan Rum in the house, for a full week of episodes and then some. We first look at Mezan Rum, of course, where we get a full explanation of the product from the brand ambassador himself: Warren Bobrow.
Not only does he know a lot about Mezan, he’s also a well established and well known cocktail creator in the industry known by all the big names. He’s got four cocktail books with a fifth book on the way this spring. And, we get him for the week to make cocktails with us and shed knowledge.
What can be better than that? He’s a wonderful guy to talk with and friendly on top if it all. Can’t beat that! Now, let’s drink some Mezan, three bottles, three variations with three unique takes on rum.
Also, don’t forget to register to win the Warren Bobrow Treasure Island Refresher Kit from Craft Spirits Exchange!
Warren Bobrow’s Treasure Island Refresher: http://drinkc.sx/cocktailtv
Mezan Rum: http://bit.ly/getmezan
Warren Bobrow’s Books: http://amzn.to/1QLan4v
ABOUT Common Man Cocktails (CMC)
Common Man Cocktails, inspired by Derrick Schommer’s intimidation when opening a cocktail book, is designed to show viewers how to create some of the most common cocktails to advanced crazy cocktails and to look back at the classics of yesterday. Derrick has learned as he goes and has been actively creating five recipes a week on the channel for over six years, lots of content to keep you entertained for hours!
CMC will teach you how to make some great cocktail designs, give you ideas for new cocktails and introduce you to the latest spirits, liqueurs, syrups, barware and bitters. If you’re looking to become a cocktail enthusiast or need new ideas for your bartending trade, CMC is a great place to start.