Zipz wine on a cold day in Brooklyn.
Pinky Mixology is proud to announce that Santa Fe Spirits will be representing New Mexico (and the entire South West more or less) in the 2014 Pinky Mixology Applejack-Off! We think they will be at least, they are sending us something, and we’re hopeful it’s not a restraining order.
Apples in New Mexico? Hells yeah (and we are simply full of anticipation).
Pinky Mixology announces our first ever multi-post series and major event! The 2014 Applejack-Off! A month long series of posts that will feature in-depth look at applejack and apple brandy, reviews from micro-distilleries, specialty cocktails that you won’t see anywhere else, all with plenty of Pinky Banter! Also we’re giving away a hooch-related T-shirt at the end of it all!
So celebrate your New Year’s hangover with Pinky Mixology, as we celebrate the most American liquor out there: Applejack.
Spread the word and come see us in 2014!
We were asked about our profile pic.
Our current profile pic is from our Pinky Mixology Black & Tan episode.
Today celebrates the 80th anniversary Prohibition ended!
We gave our apple cinnamon muffin recipe to Derpy’s Advice. We hope she likes it.
The sun shines over Shinjuku, Tokyo. This was the view from our apartment in central Tokyo, 2010. We don’t live there anymore, but it was a great time and would love to go back.
Unique barrels of aging Cornelius Applejack.
Rose-aid. Non-alcoholic rose flavored still beverage.
Here’s what you need:
2 Tablespoon Rose Water.
4 Tablespoon sugar or sugar syrup. You can probably also use a no-cal sweetener, but we haven’t tried that yet.
5-6 Shakes of Angostura Bitters. That may sound like a lot but look at how big this jar is.
0.5 Teaspoon of citric acid (aka Lemon salt, which has no actual sale in it).
Small pinch of actual salt
700ml cold water / iced tea (something like peach)
If you use granulated sugar, add it and the rosewater and then about 200ml room temp or warm water and shake it until it’s dissolved, then add the rest of everything.
The Angostura is the reason that the tint of this is so dark, but we really like the type of flavor it brings to tame the powerfully fragrant rose water. This is a great lower calorie alternative to lemonade or other soda type beverages.
If you feel like making a cocktail out of this, Gin or Vodka would work very well, along with un-aged brandy from cherries, pears, or blueberries.
What happens when you drink too much coffee that’s been made with 100% Tequila instead of water? You can see into Dimension Q… either that or you’re having a stroke.
Pinky Street’s newest edition is COFFEE COCKTAILS, a Tri-Color Tri-Feceta. Sweet coffee libations inspired by Ireland, Italy, and Mexico, and a special recipe to turn any brand of Tequila into Patron XO (but better). Check out Pinky Mixology for all that and more.
You’ve heard of the Whiskey Mac? Well this is the Apple Mac, made with Tom’s Foolery Applejack (the best in the world, seriously), and caramel ginger brandy (sorry, we didn’t have enough time to make our own ginger wine as the recipe calls for, but we’ve done it before). The caramelized ginger brandy really made it nice though.