Toast Tuesday

I enjoy a well crafted cocktail.  Upon moving to Memphis, I was having trouble finding a good drink that wasn’t overly sweet.  So, when I got this book as a gift, I thought what better way to expand my already overflowing bar and try something new.

Our guide
Our guide

A Year of Drinking Adventurously.  52 way to get out of your comfort zone
By Jeff Cioletti

I spent a fruitful and expensive year working my way around the world.  I discovered very quickly into this endeavor I could broke very easily if I were to buy full size bottles of everything I wanted to try.  I will admit, it was difficult to not stock the bar with everything I tried.  This did expand my pallet and helped me learn so much. 

If you decide to work your way through, please ping back so I can follow your journey.

 Cheers! Slainte! Prost!

  1.  Scotch
  2. Rye
  3. Canadian Whisky
  4. Japanese Whisky
  5. Baijiu
  6. Huangjiu
  7. Chili Beer
  8. Rye Beer
  9. Bourbon Barrel Aged Beer
  10. Absinthe
  11. Irish Whiskey
  12. Dublin Iced Coffee
  13. Sake
  14. Shochu
  15. Soju
  16. Pruno
  17. Pass-Over the Martini
  18. Tequila
  19. Pulque
  20. Bitters
  21. Fernet
  22. Elderflower Liqueur
  23. Moonshine
  24. Gin
  25. Sherry
  26. Port and revisited here
  27. Madeira
  28. Cognac
  29. Sour Beer
  30. Gueze (fail, but good drinks were had)
  31. Trappist
  32. Meade
  33. Blueberry Wine (turned local fruit wine)
  34. Pisco
  35. Solbeso
  36. Malort
  37. Cachaca
  38. Micheladas
  39. Coffee Beer
  40. Spanish Cider
  41. Ice Cider
  42. Hopped Cider & Whiskey
  43. Vodka
  44. Reinventing Mary
  45. Berliner Weisse
  46. Pickleback
  47. Sweet Potato Beer
  48. Ginger Beer
  49. Aquavit
  50. Glogg
  51. Tiki
  52. Cremant D’Alsace

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