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Based in Long Beach, California, House Poured is an inspirational source for home bartenders to learn to create their own restaurant quality ingredients and creative cocktails on a budget.

From planting a cocktail garden, to making syrups and garnishes, House Poured is a lifestyle brand with a focus on creating beautiful meals, drinks, and experiences at home.

Location Long Beach, California
Country United States of America
Member Since JANUARY 23, 2021
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Coffee and Negronis are two of my favorite things which makes this combination that I made for Negroni Week last year all the better right? Swingline Stapler 1.5 oz Anejo Tequila .75 oz Cynar 1 oz Coffee infused Campari* Agave, oak, and vanilla, plenty of bittersweet herbal botanicals, and that fantastic coffee flavor to tie it all together in a delicious bow. Stir ingredients in mixing glass with ice and strain into coupe. Garnish with a coffee bean because why not? *Got to be hands down my all time favorite infusion. Add 1 tablespoon whole bean coffee (I like French Roast) to 1 cup of Campari. Seal and let this sit for a few hours, stirring or shaking periodically to make sure it has a chance to get all the oils. Strain and store. . . . . . #NegroniWeek #NegroniWeek2021 #campari #imbibe #imbibegram #drinks #negroni #cocktails #tequila #drinkstagram #drinkoftheday #tw50bc #craftcocktails #mixology #homebartender #cocktailrecipe #cheers #bestcocktails #tequiladrink #cocktailhour #coffeecocktails #glassware #drinkup #instadrink #liqpic #coctel #instacocktail #cocktaillovers #drinksphotography #cocktailgram

Especially while heading into fall, a nightcap is one inviting prospect. It should be easy to make, delicious of course, and has the potential to finish the evening on a high note. A sip should have you dreaming of sitting fireside. @Disaronno_Official and @russianstandardvodka sent me over the makings for their Velvet White Russian and I have to say, poured over ice, it’s a glass full of pure indulgence. Velvet White Russian 1 oz Disaronno Velvet 1 oz Russian Standard Vodka 2 oz cream Add ingredients to a rocks glass filled with ice and enjoy. It’s that easy. Rich and decadent with notes of vanilla, chocolate, fresh baked bread from Russian Standard’s wheat vodka, and the unmistakable and iconic taste of Disaronno’s amaretto, the drink is an elegant way to enjoy the good life. It’s one sophisticated modern take on the classic and I’ll be reaching for these all through the chilly months ahead. You can find Disaronno Velvet and Russian Standard Original Vodka at your local liquor store or by following the link in my bio. #VelvetWhiteRussian #DisaronnoMoments #DisaronnoVelvet #TheNewDolceVita #sponsored

Ah Negroni Week, my favorite drink holiday. Strong, sweet, and bitter, it doesn’t get much better than that. Only three ingredients, but the complexity of their botanicals makes it far more than the sum of its parts. It’s also one that people can tweak ever so slightly to make their own. My Negroni 1.5 oz Beefeater Gin .75 oz Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth .75 oz Campari Garnished with olives instead of the usual orange slice. Stir everything with ice and strain into glass with a large chunk of ice. I’m a fan of the olives mainly because that touch of salinity really just brings it all together. Plus who doesn’t like a snack with their aperitif? Cheers! #Negroni #Negroniweek

The best thing about a prebatched martini? All you have to do is pick out your garnish. Are you reaching for olives or a twist? #martini #classiccocktails #notshakenorstirred #splash

After Labor Day, but before it actually gets to fall is such an odd time. You feel like it should be chilly, boots and sweater weather, but honestly it's probably not really going to drop below 70 until October here anyway. I’m not quite ready to go full on pumpkin spice, but one of these might help with that seasonal transition. Liminal Season .75 oz cognac .75 oz bourbon .5 oz Amaro Lucano .5 oz lemon juice 1 dash apple cider vinegar Heaping teaspoon brown sugar 2 slices peach, 1 slice ginger (muddled) 2 dashes Peychaud’s bitters Mint and peach slice to garnish Add peach, ginger, and brown sugar to a mixing tin. Muddle well. Add the rest of the ingredients except for the bitters and shake with ice. Double strain over crushed ice and garnish. It’s got that late summer fruit from the peach, but just veering toward fall with the brown sugar, amaro, and that splash of cider vinegar. #fallcocktails #peach #peachcocktail #cognac #bourbon #drinkstagram #instadrink #whiskeywednesday #whiskeydrink #liqpic #imbibe #imbibegram #garnishgame #cocktail #cocktails #instawhiskey #whiskeylover

Citrus and rum are always a winning combination and the variations on a daiquiri are endless, but there are few that are recognizable on their own. The Hemingway Daiquiri is one such drink. Created at El Floridita for the writer, the original features no added sugar as Hemingway preferred it. Then again he also went for 4 oz of rum and a splash of lime, which is an unbalanced hot mess if a drink if I've ever heard one. I added just a bit of simple syrup and toned down the maraschino giving the drink a nice body. I also added some mint infused coconut oil which when dripped, solidifies on the icy drink making for delicious little icebergs of tropical flavor floating on top. Hemingway Daiquiri’s got Drip 2 oz white rum .75 oz fresh grapefruit juice .5 oz fresh lime juice .25 oz Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur .25 oz simple syrup Barspoon mint infused coconut oil Shake everything except for the oil with ice. Fine strain into a glass and drip coconut oil on top. . . . . #instadrink #daiquiri #classiccocktails #pourshot #rum #rumdrink #cocktails #cocktaillover #imbibegram #rumcocktail #cocktailrecipe #feedfeed #cocktailoftheday #mondaymotivation #punchdrink

Hope you are all enjoying your unofficial final day of summer. Get yourself some BBQ, hop in the pool and pour yourself something fun. Here’s a little throwback cocktail that seemed nice and fitting for the day. Red, White, and Bluegroni 1.25 oz gin .5 oz Campari .75 oz dry vermouth .5 oz blueberry liqueur .25 oz Licor 43 I’ve adjusted the specs just a little bit from the last time that I made it and I think the balance is better. A little less sweet, but still gives you those blueberry pie vibes. Happy Labor Day all!

I have had so much fun creating this date series of drinks for @datesaregreat , and what California date inspired drink menu would be complete without a summery Southern California date shake. #sponsored Heading out to the desert from LA, there’s nothing more decadent and satisfying than picking up a date shake at one of the stands out there. Unless of course you’re making your own with some booze. Improved Date Shake 1.5 oz cognac 1.5 cups vanilla ice cream .5 cup finely chopped dates .25 oz milk Whipped cream, chopped dates, and maraschino cherry to top Blend everything, pour it in a glass and top with toppings to your heart’s content. So far, I’ve made something stirred, something tropical, and something with a bit of smoke and spice to it (so feel free to look back over some of the previous drinks if one of those is more of what you’re looking for), but this one right here truly goes to show just how versatile these little bits of California flavor can really be. I mean, if there’s a wrong way to eat dates, I haven’t found it yet. For more recipes visit www.datesaregreat.com #CaliforniaDates #DatesAreGreat

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