Your Gimlet should model that badass chick from junior year–never sweet, never dull, never limeade, never soda in that flask. A little edge is key; add the ingredients to a shaker with ice, rattle and strain into a cocktail glass. Gas it with a splash of sparkling water and give it wheels…of lime that is.Continue reading “The Funky Art of Mixing Drinks: The Gimlet”
On a severely cold night in W14, under a typical red and white striped awning in St. Germain Des-Pres, we’d sat for drinks. Parisians with cigarettes fill straw chairs. Smoke, laughter, and light rain spills into the dark, cobblestone streets.
I’m telling you–it was another misty winter night in Paris, same as all the others. Accompanied by sneakers and patterned socks, flowing overcoats and black-brimmed hats with pluming feathers, we arrive. It’s never so cold in Paris to not dress with elegance; life is never so challenging to not act with the same sentiment. TipContinue reading “Paris Isn’t Much of a Jungle, But There’s Always Tiger”
The bartender, feeling himself, threw in an orange wedge just because.
‘It’s reliable, cheap, but is still, at the end of the day, a basic well drink.’ Find out how to get out of this mundane routine of ordering Gin-and-Tonics.
“The choice is yours, but i’ll always reach for the Stella Artois of Indochina.”
1 pony of Vodka 1 pony of gin 1 pony of light rum 1 pony of White Tequila 1 pony of triple sec 1 pony of fresh lemon juice 3/4 pony of simple syrup Shake, strain, and top with cola. Lemon wedge for garnish. It was a Boogie night;