We’ve discussed Campari before here, noting its unique qualities – including the fact that for most people it’s a hard one to get into.
Your humble host has a solution.
Californians are a bit crazy. Cheerfully so. Any excuse for a party, a celebration, however obscure or irrelevant, will be grasped with both hands and made into a spectacle that may or may not have a thing to do with its origin.
This is my kind of crazy.
You probably aren’t going to believe this one.
Spring is moving quickly toward summer at the Villa, and a preference is seen in the Garden for drinks that are as clean and refreshing as the breeze. This is no time for cloyingly sweet mixes or anything that will give you a headache the next day!
That isn’t to say that care shouldn’t be taken, or consideration not given, to how these things are made. And that isn’t to say that it’s a difficult thing, just that some simple guidelines can make a simple pleasure even better.
Perhaps you can; your humble host finds one of its variations hard to resist.
Aye, sure’n it be Talk Like A Pirate Day once again! A day fer all manner o’ scallywags t’ let fly their “arr’s” an’ “aye’s” an’ such like. And of course causing the later question, why is all the rum gone?
Last year we had quite the list of drinks you can celebrate with. To that your fearless cap’n would cheerfully add the Dark and Stormy. In fact, odds are strong several new crewmates will be introduced to it this very evening.
If’n you’ll pardon me, the deck needs swabbing before it’s fit t’ receive visitors.
Sounds like a terrible movie. It’s actually a very fine set of closely-related drinks that are extremely easy to make!