July 20, 2007

The Art and Science of Herbalism in Cocktail Creation

We've dabbled a bit in using fresh herbs in our cocktails, but we've always felt it's an area we haven't spent enough time on. One reason is we don't want to waste good herbs - or good liquor - if our tequila and mint experiments don't work. We've found a nice guide to using herbs in cocktails over at About.com, which has inspired us to try again.

Herbs and Spices in the Cocktail Mixologie via About.com

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at July 20, 2007 7:45 AM
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