Homemade Brandied Cherries

Hey Ya'll!  Well, it's officially December which means it's crunch time for Christmas presents. Homemade gifts have been all the rage the last few years & if it's coming from us, it's safe to assume that your gift will likely incorporate coffee and or booze 😉  Insert these ridiculously delicious, freshly made Brandied Cherries - … Continue reading Homemade Brandied Cherries

Homemade Grenadine

In my honest opinion, “Grenadine” is often used loosely when it comes to the so-labeled items lining the shelves in your local grocer or even liquor store. Sure, there are a few decent brands that actually use pomegranate juice; however, there’s usually cherry juice hiding in there as well. Furthermore, most brands don't even use … Continue reading Homemade Grenadine

Farmhouse Caesar

It's Sunday morning here on the farm & there ain't nothing better than a little hair of the dog to get your morning started right. Now if you aren't familiar with the Caesar, stay tuned because I'm about to take your brunch cocktail game to the next level!  If you're asking yourself, why not just … Continue reading Farmhouse Caesar

House Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

It's no secret that out here on the farm we dig agave-based spirits; so it should be no surprise that we seriously dig infusing blanco tequila with jalapeños. If you love tequila, mezcal, and Ancho Reyes, you will love adding this tasty infusion to your bar repertoire. I utilize a recipe found in the Death … Continue reading House Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

The Home Bar – Getting Started (Part 3)

  At this point, we have our bar hardware and we have our essential bottles. We are almost ready to get started; however, there are a few best practices I thought I would discuss before we get into mixing cocktails. Setting up and organizing your home bar Options for creating your home bar space are … Continue reading The Home Bar – Getting Started (Part 3)

The Home Bar – Getting Started (Part 2)

Now that we have our bar tools and bitters, we need to set our initial spirit & liqueur budget. Based on this budget (and your personal taste) we will prioritize which bottles to purchase. Once we have the list we can make the trip to the local liquor warehouse with confidence. I feel that $150 … Continue reading The Home Bar – Getting Started (Part 2)

The Home Bar – Getting Started

Assembling your own home bar is not as daunting as it may seem. In the next few days we will be going over the basic utensils, bitters, spirits and liqueurs that are best for getting your home bar started. Get excited! Fun fact: I could spend a ridiculous amount of time (not to mention money) … Continue reading The Home Bar – Getting Started