For Real Pharrell Has A New Drink

Pharrell has stepped into the alcohol business with a liqueur named Qream. The drink is aimed towards women and comes in two flavors; strawberry and peach. Pharrel told AllHipHop News, “Qream was created for contemporary women who work hard and want to relax with friends at the end of the day.”

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He-Mogul Goodies: Normann Copenhagen Cognac Glasses

Designer Rikke Hagen explains the idea behind the Cognac glasses: “I wanted to craft a cognac glass. The perfect gift to the man, who has everything. The inspiration springs from my own perception of when you drink a cognac; that is when you have time and in calm surroundings. I wanted the glass to give the user a feeling of a gentleman’s study and at the same time, the sense of calmness you get when you e.g. fondle a stone. The stem kept irritating me. I took the consequence and cut it off. That’s how my Cognac glass was born.”

Sip like a Mogul 😉

Tailgater Dual Tank Backpack

This backpack holds 210 oz of your favorite get right juice. With this on your back you could easily get any party started once you walk in the door. We can only imagine what a college party would look like with this.

Price:$40

The Original Moonshine

I was never so lucky to have a glass of moonshine. Which is amazing  considering the fact that I went to college in the south, I have family in the south, and most of my friends have immediate relatives in the south. Hell, one of my friends would come back with a bottle of something every summer. But for whatever reason, the buzz skipped over me.

But if I run into a bottle of this on a liquor store shelf, I just may grab a bottle.

Created by Internationally renowned barbecue chef Adam Perry Lang and third generation master moonshine distiller Chuck Miller, The Original MOONSHINE is handcrafted from 100 percent estate-grown corn and distilled four times in Chuck’s famous Prohibition-era copper pot still in the same authentic tradition that moonshine has been made for hundreds of years.

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Cachaca: The Spirit Of Summer (Swipe)

 

  • What You Need To Know
  • Cachaca, the Brazilian national spirit, is no longer a secret.
  • The Caipirinha, a cachaca-based cocktail, is a perfect summer alternative to the mojito.
  • Cachaca has a strong, distinctive aroma and flavor.

“Cachaca is by far the most popular spirit in Brazil, and we’re betting that the caipirinha is going to blow up the way the mojito did a few years ago in North America.”

Whenever we find ourselves in Rio, we always make sure to spend at least one evening at Jobi, a little bar in the Leblon neighborhood. The beer is cold (they’re obsessed with getting their beer ice-cold in Brazil, something we can definitely get behind) and the cocktails and snacks are perfect. And when we say cocktails, what we really mean is the caipirinha.

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The Perfect Ice…The Perfect Drink(Swipe)

The Iceman Cometh: The Rise of a Gourmet Ice Entrepreneur

By Katie Robbins

 

Michel Dozois is pinning the success of his two-year old company on the dubious thrills of watching ice melt.

When courting new clients, Dozois, the owner of Los Angeles’s Névé Luxury Ice Company, sits them down for a simple experiment. He fills two Old Fashioned glasses with ice—the first with conventional cubes, the second with his company’s “ice rock,” a single large cube, which takes up about 50 percent of the glass—and tops them with a dram of good whisky (his spirit of choice is Laphroig). Dozois then asks the potential clients to sit back and wait, allowing nature to take its course.

About every seven minutes, he asks the client to take a sip—first of the conventional drink where the ice is rapidly melting, then of the drink made with the sturdy opaque brick of Névé ice. The second shows minimal dilution; it’s essentially whisky served neat, but much, much colder.

But Dozois’s pitch isn’t only about taste. He insists that less dilution also benefits a bar’s bottom-line. “If your body can take this much fluid,” explains Dozois, gesturing to several glasses, “How much of that do you want to be water? If it dilutes less, it will take you less time to drink what’s in the glass, and the bar will make more sales.”

Gourmet ice, often heavily filtered and hand-cut to guarantee the optimal amount of dilution, has officially become part of cocktail culture. Sasha Petraske, who in 2000 reinvigorated the New York bar scene with his speakeasy Milk & Honey, is considered by many to be the father of designer ice in the U.S. Since then, bars around the country, from Bar Agricole in San Francisco to Philadelphia’s Franklin Mortgage Investment Company, have followed suit, creating cocktails that feature market-fresh ingredients, small-batch bitters, and large blocks of beautiful ice. Read more of this post

How Much Coffee Is Too Much????

Apparently Starbucks thinks there is no such thing as too much coffee. Beginning on May 3rd, the company will begin offering it’s coffee thirsty customers the trenta size!! Damn who drinks that much coffee in one sitting? Next I guess the company will be coming out with a troth size.

Drink up Moguls!!

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