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How to Drink in Saskatoon

In the effort to help everyone drink better, we launched this monthly feature. The idea is to help as you navigate new cities in this world by learning how to drink in that city. We are talking: what to order, what neighbourhoods to visit, how to get around, what hours you can drink and everything…

Cocktail: Father Figure | Bartender: Mark Cooney

Inspired by a colleague and friend of mine here in Detroit as well as wanting to incorporate extended technique into a cocktail with exotic ingredients. 1 oz Angostura 7 Year Old Rum 0.5 oz Batavia Arrack 0.5 Acid Adjusted Pineapple Juice 0.75 Yuzu Syrup 5 drops saline solution Liquid Nitrogen Muddled Red Shiso Place shiso…

Cocktail: Tinderella | Bartender: Amanda Chen

I wanted to create a delicious and elaborate variation to the traditional Cosmopolitan cocktail, made for Millennials. 1.5 oz Viritus Vodka 0.5 oz Triple Sec 0.5 oz Lemon Juice 0.75 oz Greenhouse Juice Deep Roots 0.5 oz Fig Raspberry Basil Syrup 2-3 dashes of Lavender Bitters Rim with Salty Paloma Heartbreaker sugar Combine all ingredients…

How to Drink in Toronto

In the interest of transparency, it would be irresponsible for us to not start this series. Even with all the bartenders, interviews with industry leaders, cocktails, bar hops and stories, the most popular post on this site is the Drinking at an All-Inclusive Resort. We are surprised every week when we look at the web…

Cocktail: Bel Ami | Bartender: Marlene Thorne

This cocktail is named after an 1885 novel by Guy de Maupassant: Bel Ami. It was created for the Giffard West Cup Toronto Regionals competition – which I won – so carries the theme of ‘Less is More’ all the way through to the alcohol content… this is meant to be a low-ABV sipper. I…

The Boozy Bookshelf: Cocktail Codex: Fundamentals, Formulas, Evolutions by Alex Day, Nick Fauchald and David Kaplan

It’s Boozy Bookshelf time! Our monthly feature where our friends Marlene and Lucas of Famous Last Words Bar in Toronto review books of a boozy nature. This month, they hit up Cocktail Codex: Fundamentals, Formulas, Evolutions by the guys at Death & Co and give us both of their opinions of said book. Marlene’s Review: It feels…

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