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Razor: Gem G-Bar
Blade: Gem PTFE (2)
Soap: Van Der Hagan Delux
Brush: Vintage EverReady 150
Aftershave: Clubman Lilac Vegetal
After using my Atra Plus cart razor for a couple months, I am back to the old school DE/SE razors. Although the carts allow a faster shave, I get a lot of...
Today I shaved like it was 1991 :c1:
Razor: Gillette Atra (M-4)
Blade: Gillette Atra Plus
Soap: Barbasol Shave Foam
AfterShave: Stetson Cooling Moisture
Shave was great. One pass with neck touch-up. Two blood dots. BBS.
This Atra handle is just like the one I bought and used as my first...
I am liking the Rye in my Old Fashions so I am thinking that either I have bad vermouth or I had a flavor expectation with the Manhattan that threw me. I will try a different sweet vermouth and see where that takes it. I am a beginner when it comes to cocktails so you may be right about a more...
Today is my first Old Fashion cocktail using rye whiskey. I must say, I think I like it a better than with bourbon. I understand rye is the original whiskey used in this. I will keep a bottle of Bulleit Rye in my bar just for this drink from now on.
I am not liking it. This is my first and I do not think I messed up the recipe. Maybe it is the rye whiskey. I have never had it before.
2 oz. Bulliet Rye, 1 oz. Martini & Rossi red vermouth, 3 dashes of Angostura bitters, stired in ice for 45 seconds then strained into a glass...
A simple Old Fashion cocktail :thumbsup:
2 oz. Jim Beam Repeal Batch, 2-Tbl spoon simple syrup, 2 dashes of Angostura Bitters, Luxardo cherry and orange peel on ice.
Repeal Batch Jim Beam is really good for cheap drinking whiskey. Beam says that it is a limited run, but I hope they do not...