#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 55 - El Diablo

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 55 - El Diablo

The Devil, you say? I can see where the El Diablo gets its name from, other than the red color. Eben Freeman created a cocktail that is easy to consume. Tequila, lime, and ginger beer blend together in a way that suggests there should be more cocktails with this unique combination. Definitely a #100DaysOfCocktails favorite.

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 36 - Gin-gin Mule

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 36 - Gin-gin Mule

On a fateful night in the late 1990's, Audrey Saunders met Dale DeGroff. That did not just change the trajectory of Saunders' career, but the path of the New York City cocktail scene. She updated many restaurants bar programs, creating a path of inspiration to her opening the Pegu Club in 2005. The Gin-gin Mule, something she created at the Beacon Restaurant, adds a little extra flavor to the traditional mule recipe, as #100DaysOfCocktails discovered. 

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 19 - The Shandy

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 19 - The Shandy

Is it a Radler? A Shandy? There is a difference beyond the name. Day 19 of #100DaysOfCocktails explores the nuances of the two cocktails, as well as why the names are different. 

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 12 - Moscow Mule

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 12 - Moscow Mule

The spiritual successor to the Buck, the Moscow Mule was less a bartender's creation than it was a marketing device for copper mugs, ginger beer, and vodka. #100DaysOfCocktails looks at the first vodka drink on the list. 

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 11 - Bourbon Buck

#100DaysOfCocktails - Day 11 - Bourbon Buck

Ginger has been a popular spice for hundreds of years. In the 1800's, it became part of a popular beverage, ginger beer. The bite of ginger beer, a little citrus to compliment it, and the spirit of your choice could be turned into a Buck. To honor Bourbon Heritage Month, #100DaysOfCocktails looks at the Bourbon Buck.