On March 27th we celebrate International Whiskey Day. The event was created in honor of the British writer Michael Jackson, he used to write important books about whiskey and beer. The best way to celebrate this day is trying new things, new recipes and different types of Whiskey, make sure you have a good company. Whiskey is traditionally taken on the rocks, but why not try something different? We have some ideas, so here we go...
Bloody Marys have an interesting history that no one can really agree on. Many different people and bars lay claim to first making the drink. It is mostly agreed, but not confirmed, that the first Bloody Mary was made in the Harry’s Bar in Paris by bartender Ferdinand “Pete” Petiot. The name is the hardest to pin down. Some say it is named for Queen Mary I of England whose nickname was Bloody Mary.
Happy National Sangria Day! Sangria traditionally is a Spanish drink made with red wine, fruit, fruit juice, and brandy. These ingredients are mixed in different quantities based on how the person likes to make it. Sangria however can also be made with white wine. The fruit and fruit juices that would be mixed in to a white sangria are different than a red. The best way to go, is to add fruit who's flavors are present in the wine base you choose. Celebrate National Sangria Day with one or both of the following recipes!
We like to know what is going on around the city, especially related to bars! Themed bars seem to be very popular right now. They transport us back to another time and place, and can be a good escape for a night. Orlando is currently home to over 25 themed bars and restaurants! These themes range wildly so you will be sure to find at least one to suit your tastes. Below is just a sample of some of the amazingly unique bars you can find in Orlando.