Age statements. What is it? Is it important? And why age?
I’ve been a whiskey drinker since alcohol first (legally!!) passed my lips, nearly 100 years now! Often greeted with raised eyebrows by bartenders and dates alike, I have been passionate about scotch since the ‘90’s.
Since my age was in double digits I have been counting calories, carbs, points, metrics, or whatever the diet de jour happened to be.
Here at Trailhead Liquor, we make sure you can find everything you need to be ready for trail, river, camping, or just relaxing poolside.
If you don’t like a frozen strawberry daiquiri, your taste buds are broken. Rum, fruit, ice. It’s almost too easy.
This variation on the famous Moscow Mule is spicy and refreshing, with flavors of citrus and ginger.
Get a taste of the islands any time with this sweet, delicious piña colada recipe!
Aromatic, citrusy, and pleasantly sweet, the Queen Bee is great for nearly any season or occasion.
This sazerac hails from New Orleans. Spicy Peychaud’s Bitters and the black licorice flavor of Absinthe mesh beautifully with rye whiskey for a taste that will thrill newcomers and satisfy veteran whiskey drinkers alike.
Refreshing, citrusy, and just the right amount of fire to add some excitement. The Mandrin Mule is simple to make, but tastes complex. Ingredients: 2oz Hanger 1 Mandrin Blossom Vodka 4oz SOURCE Fiery Ginger Beer Fill a glass with ice, pour in ingredients, stir, and sip!
Recently I have been enjoying a bottle of Nolet’s Silver Gin that was gifted to me. It’s made in Holland and features the unique ingredients of peach, Turkish Rose, and raspberries. With a bottle that just radiates class and quality, not to mention a lid that could hold a door open. And it compels me…