Happy weekend, everyone, and welcome back to 3-Ingredient Happy Hour, the weekly drink column featuring super simple yet delicious libations. This week we’re making a modification to the Sidecar cocktail, a 3-ingredient classic if there ever was one.
Vanilla is a ubiquitous ingredient found in almost every recipe for every baked good ever created but, unless you’re making a vanilla-focused treat with a large amount of the extract, you can sub in a little bourbon or dark rum.
Hot buttered rum is so good in theory, but in practice, it always disappoints. Slurping a film of butter off your top lip is a bit much, even for those of us who would eat a stick of butter like a banana were society ready to accept us.
With her home base Sportsman’s Club located in a once-Polish neighborhood in Chicago, bartender Laura Kelton created this variation on the Dark & Stormy cocktail using a Polish bison grass vodka in place of the traditional rum.
In this episode of A.V. Cocktail Club, bartender Laura Kelton of Sportsman’s Club in Chicago reimagines the classic Airmail cocktail. This is a cocktail typically made with rum, honey, lime juice, and sparkling wine. To make it more evocative of the tropics—and more of what Kelton calls “a great celebration, honeymoon…