December 5, 2016 @ 10:10am by Nana
Becoming a bartender in North America isn’t seen as a legitimate career for many. It’s a job you get into while trying to make money for school, or you might become a bartender so you can meet more girls (or whatever floats your boat). For me, it wasn’t quite either of those things, I got involved because I was intrigued.
There is a wine revolution going on all over the world right now. More and more young people are moving to the country side to rehabilitate old wineries and vineyards. Wine popularity has been on the rise the past few years and according to a new report by the Wine Market Council and as reported by the Wine Spectator, millennials accounted for 42% of all wine drunken in North America in 2015.
Negroni: the perfect summer cocktail and the drink order that will occasionally get you a funny look from an uninitiated server.
Originating in Italy the negroni is a slow sipping cocktail for lazy afternoons in the sunshine. The cool sweetness of the gin and vermouth cuts through summer heat like Steph Curry through a defense.
November 25, 2015 @ 3:02pm by Nana
The amount of times I hear someone read a cocktail menu and say ‘Eggs? There’s no way I can have a drink with an egg in it”, truly saddens me. In cocktail heavy cities such as San Francisco, New York, Vancouver, and Chicago, this may be an afterthought, but in some cities, putting eggs in cocktails is still a trend that some may view as ‘gross’.