Posts Tagged ‘cointreau’

TAMBOUR ORIGINAL Wants to Bring Sodabi, a West African Palm Liquor, to the US

Who out there has tried sodabi, a traditional West African liquor distilled from fermented palm tree sap? If you’re anything like me, this exotic spirit is unfamiliar…but intriguing! Unless you are from West Africa or have spent any significant time there, the likelihood of you having tried this local specialty of Benin, the birthplace of voodoo, is pretty […]

Cointreau’s The Art of La Soirée Curated by Design Star Jeremiah Brent

Last Saturday night, Cointreau, the iconic French orange liqueur, partnered with Jeremiah Brent, TV personality, interior designer and handsome hubs to Oprah bestie Nate Berkus, on a beautiful, travel-inspired evening as part of their “The Art of La Soirée” tour of events. The fête, set inside the stunning Big Daddy’s Antiques in Los Angeles, is part of a series of events […]

The Viking Daisy – A Preakness Cocktail for the Maker’s Mark #TrifectaChallenge

We are full-on into horse racing season, also known as Bourbon Season….or just Drinking More Bourbon Than Usual Season. And, of course the Mint Julep holds a special importance this time of year because of the Kentucky Derby. But, we’re just getting started! The Kentucky Derby may be the first but it is just one out of […]

Bartender Style: Kyle & Rachel Ford

Bartender Style is a collaboration between Bit by a Fox and photographer Rose Callahan. This monthly series, exclusively on the Bit by a Fox blog, will explore and document the personal style of some of the best bartenders in New York City and beyond. This month, we are going outside of our regular formula and […]

La Maison Cointreau

Many apologies for this belated post. I attended this lovely event right before my vacation and I’ve been dying to share it ever since. But, like a good vacationer (and bad blogger!) I’ve been pretty unplugged for the last few weeks. Here it is, finally! _____________________________________________________ On June 17th, beloved French spirit, Cointreau transformed two […]

12 Days of Cocktails: Day 11 – The Christmas Daisy

The Daisy is what you call an ‘old school cocktail’. It’s been around since before even Jerry Thomas had a chance to include his version of one in the legendary The Bartender’s Guide published in 1862. “Professor” Jerry Thomas is often referred to as the “father of American mixology”. And since the resurgence of classic […]