Tag: whiskey

An Evening with WhistlePig

Late last month, we headed to Shelter, a very cozy pizza and whiskey bar in Williamsburg, for the unveiling of WhistlePig’s newest spirit—the Boss Hog, a single barrel uncut and unfiltered rye whiskey. The initial release comes from 24 casks selected by Master Distiller Dave Pickerell and bottled […]

Apricot Whiskey Smash

Harried by the stress of our impending move (this week—eek!), Ryan and I took a moment this weekend to step back and enjoy one of our last summer nights in the West Village. Inspired by a bag of tender, flawless apricots, we created a sippable, […]

The Classic Manhattan

With the return of Mad Men this week, we’ve found ourselves going back to a few of the classics lately. While Don may be an Old Fashioned man, I prefer its cousin, the Manhattan. The drink has as many variations as it does origin stories, […]

A Pumpkin, Stem to Seed

You can count us among the many who go pumpkin crazy during the fall—pumpkin ale, pumpkin muffins or pumpkin pie are a few things that we love to indulge ourselves with. Inspired by nose-to-tail cooking, where chefs use an entire animal with minimal waste, we […]

Cocktails, Over Easy

What if we told you that we know of an ingredient that can turn almost every cocktail you make into a viscous, frothy soufflé of a drink? It’s not some rare liqueur or expensive spirit, though. In fact, the ingredient I’m referring to is both […]