Had my first taste of Limoncello when my wife and I toured Italy…been loving it ever since. Oddly enough here in the states a lot of stores don’t stock it though. Perfect
for any summer. Every taste reminds me of Italy.…Cin Cin!
This cocktail called Last Frontier is from another rooftop bar
It had gin, sherry, mandarin orange, bees wax and yellow chartreuse
Great cocktail with great views
The views from this rooftop bar. It’s called Overstory Rooftop bar. The views are panoramic and it is stunning. The bar is near the World Trade Center. It can be a little difficult to get a seat so make a reservation. I was lucky and got a seat without a reservation but I do recommend getting one.
Paracetamol Drop is my drink for tonight. No picture from my side. Anyway it doesn't look too good...
Thanks canada drugs for this amazing drink and thanks to my lovely colleague, who decided to cam to work with the virus.
Tomorrow will receive the results of my test, really hope it is not covid again, cause I already had it twice.
Probably overrated in a sense that it is sold so massively around the world, people raving about it without any proper developed taste of beers.
But it is massively underrated by beer snobs who just like to crap on any macro brewer.
I love craft beers, I love Belgian trappist beers and I have found out that I also love pilsner/lager beers.
In the past I have always dismissed pilsners as cheap and watery beers, especially the big brands like Heineken, Stella Artois, Carlsberg, Corona and Budweiser. But lately I have started to appreciate pilsners for their clean and subtle taste. And what do you know: I almost like all of them, but especially Heineken for its balanced take. Just the right amount of sweetness and bitterness. The much praised Dutch brand Alfa beer I find pretty bland, the Czech Pilsner Urquell I find too hoppy for a pilsner.
Yes, there is a difference in taste between a bottled and a canned Heineken. The bottle has some skunk in its flavor, the can does not. (The bottle looks cooler though).
I also like Budweiser, a much hated beer, but to me it is probably the most clean and subtle tasting pilsener out there. Heineken has just a bit more character.
Heineken for the win! But to be honest, any cold pilsner will do just fine
Just came back from Texas yesterday so of course I wanted to focus on Mexican style drinks.
The restaurant called this the Sombra Margarita. A very unusual version of a Margarita. It had mezcal, tequila blanco, pomegranate, rhubarb amaro, port wine and lime juice. And the side of the glass is coated with salt.
Shaken aggressively to create the nice frothy texture by the beautiful bartender with beautiful eyes. A lovely drink.
This next drink is the Paloma but the mezcal version. It had Illegal mezcal (that’s the brand name of the mezcal it’s not an illegal product) grapefruit, lime juice, agave and chili pepper on the rim of the glass. A refreshing cocktail with a complex taste