The Sonora Sour

February 25, 2009

Prickly Pear fruit (cactus figs) bring a beautiful color and flavor to a margarita.

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Inocente Platinum Tequila

January 11, 2009

While to date I haven’t developed a real taste for tequila, I didn’t realize until now that I’ve never featured the spirit here at Two at the Most. Now that I have received a bottle of Inocente Platinum Tequila for review, I can remedy that situation. Inocente is made from 100% plantation grown blue Weber […]

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Tuaca Italian Liqueur and the Livorno Cocktail

December 13, 2008

My initial association with the word Tuaca is a horse. Why someone named a Quarter Horse after an Italian liqueur, I’ll never know. I’ll admit I was surprised to discover the current owner of Tuaca the horse had never heard of Tuaca the liqueur. Then again, even though I had heard of it, I don’t […]

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Knickerbocker Cocktail, or You never know how much tart 1/2 lime will get you!

July 15, 2008

The Knickerbocker is one of those cocktails you must first clarify which you mean. In this case, I’m referring to the rum-based version that David Wondrich lists in both Killer Cocktails and Imbibe!. The more common recipe I see online (including the CocktailDB) is for a semi-perfect martini – gin, dry vermouth and a dash […]

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MxMo: Rum — Nassau Cocktail

May 11, 2008

Ah, the best laid plans of mice and men… My post for last month’s MxMo was a bit short. I realized I could expand on it for this month’s theme, Rum, hosted by Trader Tiki. I had actually tried the Canton with several different rums, and was going to report on why I thought an […]

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