Pulling the smoking gun

Having the right tools and gadgets will ensure the success of your shift. Just like a chef works better with the sharpest knife, bartenders can work better, faster and more efficiently with the best tools behind the bar — and that’s just good business. Impress your customers with brilliant presentation and flavor.

 I am a geek bartender, so when a new tool or gadget comes my way, I want to share it with everybody. To my surprise when I opened my October Robb Vices box and saw a @Breville smoking gun, you could have sworn I won the lottery! Truth be told, I have been looking for a new smoking gun for quite some time, and this one is high quality, I use it in my kitchen at home or behind the bar.

For this cocktail, I smoked 2 ounces of Monkey Shoulder Scotch with applewood
1/4 oz Fat toad farm goat’s milk caramel (also came in the box)
1/2 oz The bitter truth EXR
1/2 oz China China
2 Dashes of Apple Bitters

Garnish with a dehydrated Apple, and a Wondermade Bourbon Marshmallow.
This is fall flavor 101! 🍁🍂🍁🍂

Let’s escape the ordinary!!!

Life is for deep kisses, strange adventures, midnight swims & rambling conversations 🍾!!!

This cocktail I called “One More Adventure”
1 1/2 oz St Augustine Distillery Double Cask Bourbon
1/2 oz Montenegro Amaro 
1/8 oz Giffard Caribbean Pineapple
1/8 oz Velvet Falernum
2 dashes Dr. Reinhard Tropical Bitters