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Oh man am I excited about this one! For the past few months I’ve been working with my friends over at Stumptown Coffee on their seasonal beverage program. Craft cocktails, meet craft coffee! I mean, obviously I’ve always been a huge fan of coffee cocktails, but this is the first time I’ve gotten the opportunity | Read More

The post My Collaboration with Stumptown Coffee is Live! appeared first on Jeffrey Morgenthaler.

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Jeffrey Morgenthaler by Jeffrey Morgenthaler - 2M ago

This is the time of year we’re all supposed to be reading about low-proof cocktails, right? Well, move over Spritzes, because this one is possibly my favorite. I’ve talked about the French 75 in great detail over the past many years. But to be honest I’m writing about it now for a few reasons: I | Read More
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Sometime last year my good friends over at Cocktail Kingdom approached me about doing some bar tools together, and I enthusiastically say yes. So over the course of the last year we’ve been working together on designing, branding, and producing some bar tools that I think are a little different. I didn’t think there was | Read More
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I’ve always had a pretty serious dilemma with the Gimlet. On one hand, I’ve never really been in love with fresh lime juice Gimlets. There, I’ve said it. But for me, they’ve always lacked this bracing, bitter, tart edge that a Gimlet made with Rose’s Lime has. Those qualities have always stuck in my head | Read More
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Jeffrey Morgenthaler by Jeffrey Morgenthaler - 9M ago

Let’s face it, most cocktail videos are all the same. The host stands behind a counter and drones on about ingredients and quantities. It’s not a lot of fun. So I thought I’d do my best to try to (sorry, there’s no other way to say this) … shake things up a bit. Cheers. Enjoy.
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My friends at Saveur Magazine and I got together at my house way too late one night and shot this fun little video on how to incorporate orange marmalade into a classic Whiskey Sour, which is one of my favorite little tricks of all time.
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Jeffrey Morgenthaler by Jeffrey Morgenthaler - 9M ago
I love the herb syrup technique we did for The Bar Book. It just makes the brightest, freshest, most vibrant mint (or any other herb)syrup you’ve ever had. In this collaboration between the book and Tanqueray, I show you how to make a mint syrup and then whip up a little Southside Fizz with Tanqueray | Read More
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Jeffrey Morgenthaler by Jeffrey Morgenthaler - 9M ago
This is a shoot I did for Tanqueray in conjunction with The Bar Book. It’s a quick demonstration of how to make the Raspberry Syrup we did in the book, and then turn that into a delicious Clover Club using Tanqueray Ten.
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Jeffrey Morgenthaler by Jeffrey Morgenthaler - 9M ago
Reading David Wondrich’s Punch really opened my eyes to the wonders of oleo saccharum. It happened to most of us, I think! Anyway, as I detailed in this post, it’s so much easier with a vacuum sealer. So in this little video collaboration between The Bar Book and Tanqueray, I show you how it works, | Read More
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