The Electric Cocktail Acid Test

bonvivantmixer:

Quite a handy graph and certainly an interesting look at what brings together cocktails!

Originally posted on Stirred, Not Shaken:

Part two of an investigation into achieving balance in spirits-driven cocktails.

[Author's Note: The following post was mostly written back in June to document the second half of my investigations in acidity in spirit-driven cocktails. July saw me at Tales of the Cocktail and then in early August I turned all of my energies to starting up the cocktail program and bar at Daniel Patterson's restaurant Plum. Due to differences in style and vision, I parted ways with Daniel & Company few weeks after the opening of Plum Bar in mid-November. In the interest of getting back into blogging, I've decided to publish my work to date, though clearly there's more work to be done. As I get some of the questions it has raised answered, I will report back.]

Back in March I wrote about trying to improve a spiritous cocktail I had created (Criollo #2) which on reconsideration…

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