Macerados translates as Macerated in English. It literally means infusion. Macerados are very popular in Latin speaking countries. The story of macerados goes back to grandmas macerating fruits in aguardiente (alcoholic beverage that contains 29%-60% ABV) to make it fruity …Read More »
The Negroni Week, celebrated worldwide from 1st to 7th June has just come to an end. Organized in partnership between Imbibe Magazine and Campari, 2013 was the first year it was held. 2015 saw the Negroni week come to India, …Read More »
For this month’s rambling, I thought it would be good to leave you with some tips on buying / selecting fresh fruits for your next cocktail gig. After all, who would mind the goodness of fresh ingredients in their drink? …Read More »
Come 4pm, everyday, the kitchen at the TH (Tulleeho) office reverberates with a constant clanking sound of a spoon being used to whip up what sounds like the greatest omelette ever made! 10 minutes later, with clockwork precision, emerges the …Read More »
OLS (OUR LADAKH SUBSTITUTES) RECIPES (patent pending :-))Read More »
About a month or so ago a friend posted a picture on Facebook of two shot glasses of sugar syrup – one that had been made with boiling water and one in which the sugar had been dissolved into normal …Read More »
Salt is to food as ___ is to cocktails.
If you guessed the missing “dash” as bitters, then you’re right! Bitters are what define cocktails in today’s world. A quality bartender will always use bitters in his or her cocktails, …Read More »
Cocktails now days are a fashion statement. Cocktails are evolving. And this is all possible because people like you and me who are aware of what we are drinking, so obviously the bar is raised.
There are basic definitions …Read More »
Infuse a spirit with your favorite flavors to give your cocktails a kick without adding extra syrups or ingredients, it sounds really interesting. This is also one of the oldest technique which helps to make liqueurs out of liquor. …Read More »