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  • From Field-to-Glass at Far North Spirits

    From Field-to-Glass at Far North Spirits

    Swanson Rye at Far North Spirits “My dad always looked different at harvest time because it was very rewarding,” said Michael Swanson of Far North Spirits. “It sounds very simplistic but it was real.” It was this remembrance that drove Mike and his wife Cheri Reese back to his family’s farm in th...

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  • Low-Touch Wines & Spirits with Tom Kearney at June Wine Bar

    Low-Touch Wines & Spirits with Tom Kearney at June Wine Bar

    Tom Kearney at June Wine Bar When June Wine Bar first opened at the start of 2015 on Court Street in Brooklyn, it was an industry destination. But it didn’t take long for June to settle into the streets of Cobble Hill, where it quickly became a neighborhood haven. “Here, the audience that we’ve c...

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  • Absinthe & Hospitality with Will Elliott at Maison Premiere

    Absinthe & Hospitality with Will Elliott at Maison Premiere

    Will Elliott of Maison Premiere In the less than five years since they’ve opened, Maison Premiere has been nominated twice for a James Beard Award, for their Outstanding Bar Program. The result of a symbiotic relationship between their guests and the changes that have occurred since 2011, Maison ...

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  • Revisiting the Classics at The Library with Tiffany Short

    Revisiting the Classics at The Library with Tiffany Short

    Like an artist that masters figurative drawing before approaching the abstract, Tiffany Short of The Library at the Public, learned the classics while tending bar at The Inn at Little Washington, before she resurrected the Shrub, a colonial cocktail, at the Library. Hired as a bar manager at PS7...

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  • Brett's in the Air at Threes Brewing

    Brett's in the Air at Threes Brewing

    Greg Doroski, Head Brewer at Threes Brewing “Anytime you push an extreme flavor profile, it gets one-dimensional. If you push alcohol in wine, it becomes the dominant flavor profile,” said Greg Doroski, the head brewer at Threes Brewing in Gowanus. “If you push hops, it becomes about hops. I thin...

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  • Looking Back on 2014...

    Looking Back on 2014...

    2014 was an amazing year for all of us here at TEW. And for this, we offer great thanks to our families and friends, to our winegrowers and buyers, and to everyone who supports us and them. Looking back on the year, our 20th as a company, we've a lot to reflect on. Cheers to a beautiful year! We...

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  • Dancing to the Moon at Nitecap

    Dancing to the Moon at Nitecap

    Natasha David of Nitecap Descending the stairs to Nitecap, one can be sure that Natasha David has left no pineapple unjuiced, no straw not recycled, and no wine unnatural in this cocktail-centric cellar.  Born and raised in Europe ("Oh, this is going to sound so bougie!" she said and laughed)...

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  • Pairing Savory Cocktails at Kinjo

    Pairing Savory Cocktails at Kinjo

     Phil Han of Kinjo Now that summer's on the horizon, most venues are welcoming the long awaited change of seasons with a new cocktail menu. And while the best of cocktail lists always piques interest, what's a diner to do when eyeing it alongside a dinner menu?  Pairing cocktails with food of...

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  • Donostia -- A Slice of Basque Country in the East Village

    Donostia -- A Slice of Basque Country in the East Village

    "The Basque have been coming out of the woodwork," said Jorge de Yarza, who along with his partner Marissa Miller is the proprietor at Donostia, a slice of Basque Country in the East Village.  "We never knew so many Basque were in New York!"  Open in the morning for Café Con Leche and Tortillas,...

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  • Preserving Traditions at the Still, with Ansley Coale

    Preserving Traditions at the Still, with Ansley Coale

    Hubert Germain-Robin & Ansley Coale, 2005 (photo credit) Earlier this week, we posted Part I of this interview with Ansley Coale, "Ansley Coale on the History of Micro-Distilleries in the U.S.". What follows is the second half of our chat with Coale, who co-founded Germain-Robin in 1982, ...

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