If you're like me, once in a while, you go in deep dives on a particular subject. These guides are my sparknotes / wikis of such dives. I write these guides following the Pareto principle—20% of the information that will get you 80% of the results.
Losing oneself watching nano bubbles cascade throughout the glass of cold brew —then settle into a foamy cloud of goodness—is a true moment of beauty.
There's great satisfaction in enjoying a cocktail that has a nice strong fizz—one that you can hear and feel tingling around your palette.
A list of places to buy proper and unique glassware, tools, accessories, etc.
Here's a collection of made-from-scratch syrup recipes used in a coffeeshop setting. Moving beyond the classic syrup and then towards a whole new world of creative concoctions. A really great cup of brewed coffee or espresso will never need a sweeter. But there are other occasions when you might want
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There are those who venerate the Negroni, and there are those who despise it. Let's go over some commonly asked questions.
Sweetness is a building block in cocktails that helps enhance and balance a drink. If there's an acidic component in the cocktail, sweetness will balance the acidity—thus, elevating and adding dimension to a cocktail. It's very simple in ingredients and preparation. In this guide, you'll learn 2 ways to
In this guide, we'll go through 4 different ways (and for different budgets) of making crushed ice for cocktails. 1. Lewis Bag method 2. The MacGyver method 3. Opal ice machine 4. Food processor But first, some basic things to know: Why use crushed ice? Crushed ice serves two main
Ordinary advice on how to stock a home bar is flawed. Here's why. The big issue with commonplace advice is they'll tell you to dive in head-first with a huge purchase of bottles. A bottle of vodka, gin, whiskey, a couple of bottles of aperitifs, a bottle of fernet ("cuz
Caffeine. Adderall. Modafinil. You've heard of at least two of them. But first, a disclaimer—I want to keep you and myself out of trouble. DISCLAIMER: The following is for entertainment purposes only. This is not medical advice. Do not do anything with the information below—if you act on