since April 2011
How to Make a Green Blazer
26 Oct 201112:30 pm
.. and that’s why everyone here missed your videos, Jamie
this one would be great with some St. Germain, wouldn’t it?
5 Oct 20111:46 pm
Amazing cocktail, the Casino, and very beautifully explained, as always, by Robert.
If you feel like it and don’t mind, we made a picture of it and a whole post, in our blog.
Sorry it’s only in spanish, but hope you like it
9 May 20114:41 am
Thanks, Robert, Americano is such a great cocktail.
At least for me, absolutely fan of Campari and of sweet (and dry, too) vermouth.
As for the vermouth, I see you are using Martini. Don’t you think that it would be much better using a more “homemade” one?
I mean, at least in Spain where I leave, sweet vermouths are easy too find and are much more flavourful than Cinzano or Martini.
Cheers for the Americano!
Jasmine Mandarin Sour Cocktail - Lessons on Vodka
15 Jun 20119:12 pm
Do you think it might work well in the ISI whip?
I mean, just to produce a foam with all that flavours
Gypsy Queen Cocktail - Lessons on Vodka
19 May 20111:09 pm
Lovely show, these Lessons on Vodka, I’ll definitely try the Gysy Queen
12 Oct 20111:35 pm
Hope you like this pictures and the post I wrote about your Rubicon cocktail here
Again, sorry it’s only in spanish, and thanks for the inspiration
7 Apr 20111:17 am
I’ve been reading your blog for quite a long time, but never made comments.
However, your videos and posts (as well as Jamie’s) have always been inspiring for me, and finally I started up making my own cocktail blog.
It’s only in spanish by now (I live in madrid, spain), and the aim of it is quite different to yours, more focused on the image and a little story I come up with, but it’s all inspired by a good mixing cocktail, and some of them owe a lot to your explanations.
Hope you don’t mind that I included your web on my blogroll
Thanks for these gorgeous videos