Boozy Bubble Tea at Bubbleology

Bubbleology, the first ever boozy bubble tea spot in NYC opened last month in the East Village and changed the landscape of bubble tea cafes for good. Originally a boba company hailing from London, Bubbleology opened multiple locations serving its customers alcohol-bubble tea concoctions, and boba shot drinks using all different types of liquor. Vodka, … Continue reading “Boozy Bubble Tea at Bubbleology”

THE AVIARY COCKTAIL BOOK

The new Aviary Cocktail Book is a perfect gift, table book, or go-to book when crafting cocktails for friends and loved ones. Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas, who are the creators of Alinea in Chicago created this masterpiece alongside artists Allen and Sarah Hemberger from California. The Aviary is a highly experimental cocktail bar with … Continue reading “THE AVIARY COCKTAIL BOOK”

Coquito

It’s that time of year again where Puerto Ricans everywhere find the joys in making one of their most traditional Christmas drinks, Coquito. Coquito, which means “little coconut” is a drink similar to eggnog but is coconut based with various spices which makes it even better! Families pass on different versions of Coquito as the … Continue reading “Coquito”

Happy Daiquiri Day!

It has been said that the Daiquiri originated in Cuba by an American mining engineer, Jennings Cox. Daiquiri is actually the name of a beach and an iron mine close to Santiago de Cuba so I’m assuming that’s where he got the name from! Who knew!? And, William A. Chanler, a US congressman who eventually … Continue reading “Happy Daiquiri Day!”

The Mule 2.0

Sipping a Moscow mule from a frosty copper mug on a hot summer day is a great way to enjoy a refreshing cocktail that will cool you off. Another way can be drinking a Moscow mule straight from the can! In 2014, Lisa Marlow decided that the world needed a quicker way to prepare and … Continue reading “The Mule 2.0”