TweetWith regulations regarding edibles scheduled to be released Friday, this week’s hospitality session addressed a timely topic By Anisha DhimanDecember 20, 2018 Comments New–Jersey-based Warren Bobrow, known as the Cocktail Whisperer in the hospitality industry, is a mixologist, bartender, contributing writer for Forbes and author of, among other books, Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails
Tweet Saturday, December 16th I will be doing a tasting at Joe Canal in Lawrenceville NJ from 12:00 – 2:00 pm Laird’s Applejack86 Hochstadter’s Slow & Low Rock and Rye Whiskey Crop Vodka Farmers Gin 3375 US Route 1 South Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 Joe Canal!
Tweet Warren Bobrow / Courtesy photo First published in bostonmagazine.com In our rundown of the best hot chocolate in Boston, a few notable spiked examples made the cut. But should you seek something a little stronger, you’re going to want to head to our favorite bar-ware store, Boston Shaker. Warren Bobrow and
Tweet Hot Toddy Time! Frosty weather is coming quickly and in keeping with his German heritage, Klaus has a fire burning in the fireplace to take the chill off the morning. Mornings in the old house are usually punctuated by the sound of crackling fires in the dining room
TweetThe age of cannabis cocktails has arrived—and if you ask writer and spirit brand ambassador Warren Bobrow, author of Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails, & Tonics, it’s been a long time coming. The “Cocktail Whisperer,” as he has come to be known, has been experimenting with cannabis tinctures and infusions for decades,
Tweethttp://www.foodrepublic.com/2016/06/20/one-strong-drink-with-cannabis-cocktails-author-warren-bobrow/?platform=hootsuite SECRET INGREDIENT One Strong Drink With ‘Cannabis Cocktails’ Author Warren Bobrow Chris Shott June 20, 2016 The Mezzrole, a Manhattan-style cocktail made with cannabis-infused vermouth, is one of 75 recipes contained in Warren Bobrow’s new book Cannabis Cocktails. (Photo: Glenn Scott Photography) “What’s in the bottle is not what’s on
TweetCannabis Cocktails with Warren Bobrow, and Ryan Sutton of Eater
TweetWarren Bobrow likens his fascination with cannabis cocktails to that of a bitters aficionado: in his eyes, adding the herb to his cocktails is just another way of experimenting with depth, balance, and flavor, not unlike the effects bitters can have on a drink. “It adds very green tasting notes