So why learn how to make good drinks?
Here's the TLDR:
- It's a great hobby & skill.
- Impress someone (because nobody likes a person who's not good at anything)
- Save money.
- The feeling of satisfaction to have created something delicous.
- Drinks both alcoholic and non-alcoholic are a great way to gather and have conversations.
One of my absolute favorite things to do is to gather around a table, set some snacks, coffee or cocktails, and have meaningful, & thoughtful conversations for hours with people I care about. And having the ability to craft tasty, good looking drinks is a big plus.
As screens and internet experiences proliferate, now more than ever, we must stand rooted in the joys of face to face experiences—or as the kids say—IRL experiences.
Drinks are a powerful tool to bring us together—make new friends & strengthen bonds.
Do you need fancy cocktails or pour-overs for this? Of course not!
A cheap bottle of something or machine coffee does the same trick. But since you are reading this, you want to serve something good. You and your guests deserve it!
we just need some good ole' me time with the company of a good book, pen and paper, or whatever gives you solace–all with a delicious and satisfying drink in hand.
The Purpose of this Site
One word: practicality.
A site where I share my recipes, guides, tips and tricks, etc on how to make great drinks–in an easy to follow and thorough manner.
Pretend you and I are hanging out, and I guide you through step-by-step on how to make a great-tasting and great-looking drink. No bullshit 20-page-long-woke-contemplation on how I came up with the recipe.
No nasty cluttered banner ads–only good design with clear and concise information.
Recipes, guides and classes with lots of pictures and videos, and just plain good or practical, curated and actionable information and advice.
Take a look around, check out some recipes that peek your curiosity, and if you become more interested, consider becoming a Premium Member–it greatly helps me develop and create more quality content.
p.s. Drink less but better, responsibly and always be good to each other!