Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Get more out of your moonshine! We are obsessed with all the uses for @JJMidnightMoon fruit’n’shine!

Like Jamaican Black Cake, there is something noble about floating fresh fruit in a mountain of booze, crossing your arms and waiting for your life to get better.

Which is why Midnight’s Moon’s white lightning is so awesome, they had bail the fruit into your jar for you! 

All the recipes are here

Monday, November 18, 2013
Anyone know how this was done? 

Anyone know how this was done? 

Tuesday, November 5, 2013
If you’re planning to build a table, make sure it has room in it for a bar. Via @HQvB and the good folks at @Uline.

If you’re planning to build a table, make sure it has room in it for a bar. Via @HQvB and the good folks at @Uline.

Friday, September 20, 2013
The Bloody Maria 
As Canadians we take great pride our tomato based cocktails and hangover cures. They are as Canadian as embracing free healthcare or wrinkling your nose when someone say “melting pot culture”. 
Which is why we’re shocked this idea took so long to percolate to the surface.
Toronto based Brandon Bannon has taken the fresh flavours of a city awash in taco-pop-ups and mixed it with a Niagara region grape based vodka and created a cocktail with colours Frida Kahlo would be proud to call her own. 
Meet The Bloody Maria, the cure all for an international hangover: 
Tomato 
Cilantro 
Garlic 
Red Onion
2 oz Dillon’s Small Batch Distillers Method 95 Vodka 
1 Dash Balsamic Vinegar 
3 Shakes Worcestershire Sauce 
3 Slices of Lemon 
3 Slices of Cucumber 
Rimmed with a Cayenne Pepper Salt
Muddled Pico de Gallo (tomato, cilantro, garlic, red onion) into a separate bowl and let rest. Rim a mason or wide mouth glass with equal parts; cayenne pepper, black pepper, coarse salt, and paprika.   
Build cocktail and garnish with fresh cucumber and lemon and stir gently. 
Then simply enjoy, because if drinking a garden can’t cure what ails you, your probability already dead. FUN FACT: Clamato is far more popular in Canada and Mexico than in the United States. 

The Bloody Maria 

As Canadians we take great pride our tomato based cocktails and hangover cures. They are as Canadian as embracing free healthcare or wrinkling your nose when someone say “melting pot culture”. 

Which is why we’re shocked this idea took so long to percolate to the surface.

Toronto based Brandon Bannon has taken the fresh flavours of a city awash in taco-pop-ups and mixed it with a Niagara region grape based vodka and created a cocktail with colours Frida Kahlo would be proud to call her own. 

Meet The Bloody Maria, the cure all for an international hangover: 

  • Tomato
  • Cilantro
  • Garlic
  • Red Onion
  • 2 oz Dillon’s Small Batch Distillers Method 95 Vodka
  • 1 Dash Balsamic Vinegar
  • 3 Shakes Worcestershire Sauce
  • 3 Slices of Lemon
  • 3 Slices of Cucumber
  • Rimmed with a Cayenne Pepper Salt

Muddled Pico de Gallo (tomato, cilantro, garlic, red onion) into a separate bowl and let rest. Rim a mason or wide mouth glass with equal parts; cayenne pepper, black pepper, coarse salt, and paprika.  

Build cocktail and garnish with fresh cucumber and lemon and stir gently. 

Then simply enjoy, because if drinking a garden can’t cure what ails you, your probability already dead. 

FUN FACT: Clamato is far more popular in Canada and Mexico than in the United States. 

geekworthy:

How did you celebrate your playing of GTA V?  This is how I spent mine.  It was a face full of celebration.

geekworthy:

How did you celebrate your playing of GTA V?  This is how I spent mine.  It was a face full of celebration.