The Cocktail Garnish Project

You don’t find me in the kitchen that often. Or you do, but its when I am snacking and disturbing while M tries to make food; or when I am making cocktails. Today it has been the latter. I have long been thinking of drying lemon slices to make garnishes for my home made cocktails, and today was one of those days that I just decided to get it done. Continue reading “The Cocktail Garnish Project”

Wineweek 171: February with Rum

Everyone who has been following this blog is aware of my fondness for gin. All the cocktails (at least 95%), whether made at home or ordered in a restaurant have been based on gin. Preferably a nice one, like Jensen’s Gin or Stockholms Bränneri.  But not any more, M found a way of breaking my cycle: just buy me a nice rum, and eventually I will get bored with all my old recipes and try a new one. You just have to place it at the reach of my hand (I am lazy but curious). And this is what happened – a bottle of Diplomatico dark rum appeared in my drink’s cabinet, and now I have started making Mojitos. Here are a few facts about rum and a good recipe that will keep you cocktail-happy and thinking of the Carribean in Frebruary Continue reading “Wineweek 171: February with Rum”