Tiki Drink

Tiki: That Time a Cocktail Started an American Cultural Experience

Tiki. The word conjures a wide array of visuals, smells and tastes, from fresh pineapple to fake waterfalls and little umbrellas. But where did this movement come from? What makes this cultural phenomenon so distinctly American? Why the Hawaiian shirt craze? Mixologist Stephen Kurnpinsky takes you on a crash course devoted to Tiki.

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3 Warm-Weather Whiskey Cocktails

Mixologist Stephen Kurnpinsky shares three easy-to-make, delicious whiskey cocktails perfect for summertime sipping.

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Colonial Era Cocktails: How To Make Shrubs

"Shrubs" - no, not the ornamental ones you may have in your front yard, but the tasty beverage who's roots go back to a time in American history before modern refrigeration. Find out where shrubs came from and how to make your own right at home from California Modern mixologist Stephen Kurnpinsky.

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The Ultimate Ice Cube

Modern mixologists have been reviving trade secrets and methods long lost, as well as pioneering new territory in layering techniques and infusions, not to mention the search for the ultimate ice cube. At George’s at the Cove, we have always taken pride in the use of fresh juices and premium products to make our refreshing array of specialty libations, and now we’ve taken the next step. We recently invested in a very special icemaker.
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The Cocktail War

Food is always an extraordinary experience in New York City. But, on California Modern mixologist, Frankie Thaheld's recent trip to attend the 3rd Annual International Chefs Congress with Trey Foshee, he found the cocktail culture in this acclaimed culinary Mecca equally exciting.
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Hot Summer Cocktails

Hot Summer Cocktails

Summer is the perfect time of year for a nice, cold cocktail. Here, we share a collection of seasonal cocktail recipes fresh from the bar.
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