Tag Archives: drinks

Copenhagen Restaurant Gems: Christianshavn Færgecafé – A Hidden Treasure

Lunch at Christianshavn Færgecafé

On the far end of Copenhagen’s sometimes beloved sometimes loathed shopping street, Strøget, lies one of the most iconic tourist spots in all of the world; Nyhavn! Nyhavn in Copenhagen. Photo by Maksym Potapenko on Unsplash   Known for its spectacular old houses, great views, cold beers and traditional Danish food, it is one of the most photographed, […]

Classic Cocktails: French 75 Champagne Cocktail

French 75 cocktail

Let me tell you a story about what has quickly become my favorite cocktail: The French 75 – a perfect blend of four simple, albeit somewhat decadent ingredients: The crisp, herbal bite of gin, the vibrant, bubbly freshness of Champagne, a juicy acidic punch of fresh lemon and a whiff of sweetness from a hint of […]

Tasting Whisky: Glenfiddich Distillery Explorers Tour

Glenfiddich

Here’s a question for you: When on a walking trip of Scotland, what does one do when one finds oneself within walking distance of Dufftown, the self-proclaimed “Single Malt Capital of the World”? Elementary, my dear reader! One takes a day off from walking the Speyside Way in order to walk to the fair village of […]

Review: Tito’s Handmade Vodka – America’s Original Craft Spirit

Tito's Moscow Mule

A few weeks ago, in what can only be deemed a bit of a scoop, I was contacted by a representative from America’s fastest growing craft spirit brand, Tito’s Handmade Vodka. They had heard of Denmark as a nation with a growing interest for gastronomy and cocktail culture. Would I, they wanted to know, be interested in sampling their product and offering a few thoughts and feedback?

#TuesdayGT – Gin and Tonic Sorbet – Gin Mare and 1724 Tonic Water

gin and tonic sorbet

The first mixed drink I ever recall tasting was a Gin and Tonic. The gin of choice was the late 20th century staple Gordon’s Dry Gin, the tonic the only one available: Schweppes Indian Tonic Water. The memory, to this day, remains firmly chiseled in my mind as one of the most uncomfortable experiences in […]