Mixology

Expert advice and interviews on Mixology and Spirits trends.


Jonathan Pogash News
What's Shakin' February 1, 2013    February 1, 2013

Catch up on what's happening around the mixology and bartending scene this week including information on upcoming competitions, bartender insights and cocktail trends you hate! More>>

Cocktails Article
Beverage Innovation: Creating Awesome New Drinks!   January 29, 2013

We’re all looking for that next Long Island Ice Tea, Hemingway Daiquiri or even a spin on one of the classic cocktails, ala Moscow Mule, Negroni or Old Fashioned. How does one break out of the pack on new beverage ideation and hit the “sweet spot” of success?More>>

Some Like It Hot Article
The Wonders of Whiskey    January 25, 2013

It’s not just the traditional cocktails that hearten the flavors of this spirit, therefore having a few creative cocktails on your menu can make the blandest winter nights lively. More>>

Bobo Brown Article
The Seven Keys of Beverage Sales Success   January 22, 2013

Beverages are the elixir of sharing, celebration, and romance. We commiserate over our favorite libation. We toast the closing of a deal, a reunion, or an anniversary. Yet, this liquid gold is left unnamed, unnoticed and poorly offered. More>>

Crystal Ball Article
Looking Into The Crystal Ball For 2013 Beverages   January 21, 2013

What will 2013 hold for chain beverage menus? What do consumers want now? How can we attract them, and still keep sales high? Magic eight-ball says...More>>

Kamikaze Article
Considering The Altogether Ultra-Chic Kamikazes   January 15, 2013

In the ‘80s the Gimlet morphed into the Kamikaze, the ultra popular cocktail made with vodka, Rose’s lime juice and a shot of Cointreau. Even now in its third decade an icy Kamikaze in classy stemware is a “can’t miss” proposition.More>>

Jonathan Pogash Article
January 2013 Bartender of the Month: Jonathan Pogash   January 15, 2013

Jonathan Pogash, also known as “The Cocktail Guru,” is one of the most premiere cocktail consultants and bartenders for restaurants and spirit companies. His signature cocktails can be seen and enjoyed in many of North America’s most upscale cocktail lounges and restaurants. More>>

Whisky Article
Whiskey Wars! Comparing Irish Whisky vs. American Whiskey    January 8, 2013

The growing trend to return Irish to its pre-Prohibition standing as the country’s favorite imported whiskey continues. However, despite the surge, Irish pales in comparison, in sales, interest and, usually, hue, to American whiskies. More>>

Cocktail News
The Surprising History of the Cocktail   December 22, 2012

Source: Travel - Ask any American. They will tell you, in no uncertain terms, that the cocktail was an entirely American invention. But exactly what, beyond the ice, is so American about a drink of British gin and Italian or French vermouth mixed by an Irish or German immigrant?More>>

Abigail Gullo News
Bottoms Up! SOBUO Partners with Museum of the American Cocktail to Host a Series of Monthly Seminars   December 22, 2012

Looking to brush up on your mixology knowledge in 2013? You’re in luck! New Orleans’ “Spirited Restaurant” SoBou has partnered with Museum of the American Cocktail (MOTAC) to host a series of monthly seminars.More>>



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