I am going to go over the exact steps for infusing your favorite spirits for your Vaportini. First I will discuss the physical process, and then the flavors profiles to think about when you are infusing. Physical Process The physical process can is fairly simple and you will follow the same process no matter whatContinue reading »
Money Saving Tip! My first tip might be one of the biggest money saving tips for a drinker. I especially like this for long flights over the pond. When you have an 8 hour flight it can be very difficult to sleep, especially in coach, which we almost all fly. Airline bottles that they sell onContinue reading »
Football season is upon us and for most of the country this means the last month of beer, mojitos, and barbecues. I remember from my college days, (I went to college at 23) I wasn’t interested in Fraternities or the style of party they threw for the overall aesthetic, but I picked up on a fewContinue reading »
We had a review done recently that is very informative about inhaling alcohol and the benefits of Vaportini. The YouTube channel is Rita Vapes, so please check it out and subscribe.
Fun Little Quiz We are going to start this off with a quiz. Can you match the drink of choice with the Author? A.) Hunter S. Thompson 1.) The mojito B.) William Faulkner 2.) Beer C.) Ernest Hemmingway 3.) Mint Julep D.) Stephen King 4.) Wild Turkey E.) Truman Capote 5.) Screwdriver For a hint, here are the picturesContinue reading »
Rye whiskey has a unique and amazing flavor. There are a few rules that make a rye whiskey, a rye whiskey. The mash must be 51% rye, it cannot be distilled to over 160 proof and then diluted 125 proof before it, must be charred in new oak barrels for at least 2 years. EveryContinue reading »
There are quite a few different places in the world where you can try out a Vaportini. I have traveled to most of the places the product is being used and had a variety of experiences. For someone that has never heard of Vaportini, I think this will help explain some of theContinue reading »
America’s first craft cocktail, the source of the word cocktail, New Orleans official drink and above all delicious. The Sazerac cocktail was developed in 1850 at New Orleans Sazerac Coffee House. It was originally made with cognac and locally produced Peychaud’s bitters. Around 1870, the cognac in the recipe was changed to rye whiskey. Sazerac is a variation onContinue reading »
Over the last couple of years, the liquor industry has shifted and people are wanting more than a typical vodka and cranberry style drink. Consumers are looking for new experiences when they head out for a night on the town. My favorite places to go are bars where the mixologists should be wearing lab coats because of howContinue reading »
I just started the blog, so I am catching up on some of the old content about liquor that was popular. This video is from Alex Mandel and he describes the Vaportini experience. Enjoy.