Thanks to everyone for participating in this month's Mixology Monday. My inbox
was absolutely flooded with links to all the great posts.
One guy in Oregon really knows how to bring his name to the top of the list. He spends a few paragraphs just talking about how great I am. What a guy! Before I get to him though, I wanted to mention a few of the first-timers.
Esquire magazine has re-tooled the awesome Drinks Database and Dave Wondrich has started a new Esquire Drink Blog with a Mixology Monday post on the Hot Pink Handgun
First timer Sunday Cook, takes the pain out of tax time with the AMT Cocktail
Felicia's Atomic Lounge's first Mixology Monday post includes the most interesting Cosmo recipe
Brian at avenue food
brings the 1794 which is a cool San Francisco
variation on the Manhattan.
Before I get to that great guy in Oregon I wanted to run through a few of the veterans as well:
Cameron and Anita bring out Hot Toddy's in all their variations
Anna Volena presents the variations of Lillet.
MetaGrrrl also brings out the Lillet for the BYP
and a few of Chuck's variations
also call for Lillet.
Jay explores the degrees of separation
I must be connected to Jay by somewhat less than six degrees.
Bunnyhugs.org gets into the spirit with a riff on the classic G&T
East meets west via Dr. Bamboo
. The good doctor provides another stunning illustration as well.
Darcy's done it again. His Tequila Maria
sounds really good and showcases his creative skill perfectly.
TraderTiki has got a rundown on Mai Tai
variations. Craig's got an awesome photo and another group of tiki variations
Doug over at the Pegu Blog has an entry that involves bottles that wear little hats
Anna from Morsels and Musings provides an interesting tweak on the Sidecar
. (My post also looked at several Sidecar recipes
Lance refers to some of the variations being explored
by the new Oregon Bartenders Guild.
Ten, count 'em, ten variations on the Gin Fizz
Variations on the Blue Blazer
Haalo provides a variation on the Cosmo
Scomorokh presents the Long Island Iced Tea and all the variations thereof
Robert wants to have the last word
, his way.
Cynthia's got all the details on the Brandy Alexander
, and includes a video.
That guy who goes around insulting other cocktail writers (and founder of a little thing called Mixology Monday by the way) features the Oaxaca Old Fashioned
. RumDood also brings us something Old Fashioned
and Jacob Grier
both take a look at one of my favorites.
The Scofflaw's Den has some sunrise variations
and a bronx cocktail and a Suffering Bastard
The ladies of LUPEC Boston are extremely excited about the new availability of Creme de Violette
The Opinionated Alchemist, AKA Dominik MJ, brings out the "lady" drinks.
[I screwed that up good.]
Sonja covered all the "Lady" drinks at Thinking of Drinking
The opinionated alchemist has the gorgeous OP|AL Basin Street Cocktail
A variation on the Maiden's Prayer
Keith enhances the bitter in his Negroni
Before I get to that top guy, I wanted to bring in all the posts that Erik has collected from eGullet members:
Katie Loeb, (aka KatieLoeb,) making a variation on the Moscow Mule,
called the Mumbai Mule
Janet Zimmerman, (aka JAZ,) making a variation on the Last Word called
the Closing Remark
Mike S. made a variation on the Rusty Nail called the Silver Nail
Erik Ellestad, (aka eje,) made a variation on the Bull-Dog called theDozier Cooler
Andy Arrington, (aka thirtyoneknots,) made a variation on the
Floradora he calls The Floradora, Imperial Style
Dave Scantland, (aka Dave the Cook,) made a variation on the Paradise
cocktail called the Paradise Regained
Bonus midnight Sidecar
variation from Andy Arrington.
So that's it. Thanks to everyone who participated in this month's Mixology Monday.
Oh yes, before I forget, Jeffrey Morgenthaler's post is here
. Thanks for saying all that nice stuff about me, Jeff.
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