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says, "Whether it’s used half-ironically or not, blue curaçao brings bartenders and drinkers back to the main reason for going out to a bar—to have fun." In the July/Aug issue and over at imbibemagazine.com, Jake explores some of the best ways bartenders are using the blue liqueur for classic and modern creations—link in our profile! 📸 @laraferroni #bluecuracao #imbibe #imbibegram
It’s getting hot out there! Time for a boozy milkshake, and this one from author Victoria Glass with Irish cream, vanilla ice cream and chocolate cookies is one of our favorites—recipe at imbibemagazine.com! 📸 Gareth Morgans #imbibe #imbibegram
Back in 2007, @JacobBriars
introduced this Corpse Reviver No. Blue (a cheeky homage to the Corpse Reviver No. 2) using blue curaçao instead of Cointreau. “It tastes broadly and very much like a classic cocktail from the 1920s and ’30s—it just happens to be blue,” Briars says. Recipe at imbibemagazine.com. 📸 @emmajanzen #bluecuracao #imbibe #imbibegram
Many somms will be quick to tell you that some styles of red wine taste better chilled, and there's no better time to test this out than during the height of summer's swelter. “The chill highlights a wine’s fruity character and evens out the ‘sting’ one might feel in terms of higher-alcohol wines,” says, @MiguelD1
, who pairs chilled reds with everything from dumplings to duck @pinchchinese.
Over at imbibemagazine.com, Miguel shares his top five chilled reds to try this summer, along with tips for chilling. 📸 @evansungnyc #summerwine #sommeliers #imbibe #imbibegram