National Bloody Mary Day

Winston Churchill, Fernand Petiot, Ernest Hemingway- all of these men (and more) are credited with creating the illustrious fan favorite: The Bloody Mary. While the origin is questionable and rooted in loose history of one man’s claim over another, we can all agree January 1st calls for some “hair of the dog” after the champagne

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The Moscow Mule

As the temperature starts to rise, I start reaching for drinks that are refreshing and easy to create for crowds.  One of the major perks is when you have an excuse to bust out some fancy barware to put this Moscow Mule recipe together.  Moscow Mule Mugs (c/o UncommonGoods) || Striped Tea Towels || Silver

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The Perfect Mint Julep Recipe

Every bourbon is a whiskey but not every whiskey is a bourbon.  In May, I dust off the bourbon decanter and prep my bar for the inaugural bourbon beverage of the Kentucky Derby. Nothing beats the unmistakable flavor of an ice-cold mint julep on a warm Spring day watching the ponies run.  Dress || Silver Tray

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