Ever had Velvet Falernum? NO?! Its wonderful blend of spices makes incredible cocktails. Buying Falernum can be hard to find, and taste artificial and bland. Use vinegar and make a non-alcoholic shrub that will take your cocktails to the next level!
An experimental flavor combination that turned out to be gangbusters! Next time you make strawberry jam, consider this recipe. Fresh mango, sweet strawberries, sprig of mint, and dark rum make this jam unforgettable.
Bourbon barrel aged ginger rum is spicy and smooth with a smoky caramel finish. And while you don’t have to age it in a mini barrel (it tastes pretty darn good raw), the barrel aging makes the rum taste amazing.
We can trace the history of liqueurs, like this one, back to the 13th century, when alchemist monks first derived the spirits as healing medicines. Unlike the monks, we won't keep our recipe secret. Here's how to make your own Kahlúa-style liqueur.
This recipe recalls the very first preserves I ever made: pineapple lime jam. The rumor is that the result was so exquisite that my father-in-law ate it straight out of the jar. I’m sorry that it’s taken me nearly 6 years to revisit the combination.