Sunday, September 25, 2016
Authors Posts by Kevin Gray

Kevin Gray

Kevin Gray is a Dallas-based freelance writer and food and drink fanatic. If you can eat it or drink it, Kevin has probably written about it. He contributes to a variety of publications and is the editor of Cocktail Enthusiast

Cable Car Cocktail Recipe

The Cable Car cocktail is a variation of the classic sidecar.

How to Make the Classic Martini

The martini is one of the world's best known and most popular cocktails, but these days, most martinis use vodka instead of gin, exclude the vermouth, are shaken instead of stirred and taste like olive juice. A tragedy indeed.

Urban Moonshine Organic Cocktail Bitters

Urban Moonshine, a company in Burlington, Vermont, operates under the mission to 'rekindle the relationship between herbal medicine and the modern world' by producing handcrafted, organic bitters and tonics.

The Sazerac Cocktail

While the origins of many cocktails are heatedly debated, clouded in mystery or just plain lost in a boozy fog, the source of the Sazerac is one thing drinkers can agree upon.

Mixing up a Tawny Manhattan

Traditionally composed of rye whiskey, sweet vermouth and Angostura bitters, the Manhattan is a perfect drink to enjoy on a cold winter day.

Samurai Love Sake Launches in the U.S.

After four years in development, Samurai Love Sake has launched in the United States.

How to Stock Your Home Bar

Everyone loves a good home bar. It's a sign of class and success, the true display of one's appreciation for the finer things in life.

The Martinez Cocktail Paved the Way for Today’s Martini

Many cocktails have predecessors, but perhaps none was quite as important as the under appreciated Martinez, a gin and sweet vermouth concoction that helped pave the way for the ubiquitous martini.