Friday cocktails: Barware, Jameson Slushies, Perfect Martinis and Emerson, Lake & Palmer
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A brief guide for the weekend.
It’s hard to operate a home bar without good barware, as explained in All the Essential Barware You Need at Home
From Liquor.com, a short on a bourbon-based cocktail (at right) called The Inside Job.
Perhaps a bit frothy, but a Dye House cocktail (left) (from Samuel Nelis, Waterworks Food + Drink, Winooski, Vermont via Gaz Ragan) looks cool.
From Gastronomista, this idea (right) beats all hell out of an Icee: Jameson Slushies.
My mother has always enjoyed an old-fashioned at Christmas. See this below from Liquor.com:
And finally, from Crave, a return to The Perfect Martini, which is likely a bit sweet for many these days.
At the end of the week, I am always grateful for the many blessings bestowed upon me. I am reminded that “it is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in princes” (Psalm 118:9).
Which, in turn, puts me in mind of Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s “Lucky Man” (1970):