Monday, October 26, 2009

Baja Safari Adventure Mix & Mixes


Baja Safari Adventure

Adapted from a recipe by Kevin Diedrich, Clover Club, Brooklyn

Winner of the Barenjager Cocktail Competition, New York, September, 2009.

45 ml (1.5 oz) Highland Park 18-year-old single malt scotch

30 ml (1 oz) Manzilla sherry

22.5 ml (.75 oz) Barenjager honey liqueur

7.5 ml (.25 oz) Amaro CioCiaro

1 dash orange bitters

1 dash Angostura bitters

Stir over ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass


San Felipe Time

Adapted from a recipe by Gerry Corcoran, PDT, New York

Number One Crowd Pleaser at the Barenjager Cocktail Competition, New York, September, 2009.

2 oz. Famous Grouse Scotch

15 ml (.5 oz) Barenjager, 1 barspoon Fig Preserves

30 ml (1 oz) fresh lemon juice

1 egg white

60 to 90 ml (2 to 3 oz) Toasted Lager beer

1 slice of fig for garnish

Dry shake all the ingredients except the lager, add ice and shake again. Double strain into a chilled highball glass, top with the toasted lager beer, and add the garnish.



One More Week in Cabo!

Adapted from a recipe by Meaghan Dorman, Raines Law Room, NYC.

Finalist at the Barenjager Cocktail Competition, New York, September, 2009.

22.5 ml (.75 oz) Rittenhouse Rye, Bottled in Bond

22.5 ml (.75 oz) Pimm's No 1 Cup

22.5 ml (.75 oz) Barenjager honey liqueur

22.5 ml (.75 oz) fresh lemon juice

2 dashes Angostura bitters

1 lemon zest, as garnish

Shake over ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Add the garnish.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Hurricane Rick Updates and Fishing Reports for Southern Baja


Baja Safari NOW EXCLUSIVE

Southern Baja Fishing Report

Two Monster takes in southern Baja, a 450 lg. Black Marlin and a 550 lb Black Marlin taken in the last several days. Get Some!


Fishing Packages available through Black Baja at BlackeMedia@gmail.com


HURRICANE RICK, BAJA WEATHER SERVICE:


"THE HURRICANE IS NOT EXPECTED TO BE A CATEGORY FIVE AS IT APPROACHES
BAJA CALIFORNIA BUT IS FORECAST TO BE INTENSE. INTERESTS ON THE SOUTHWESTERN COAST OF MEXICO AND BAJA CALIFORNIA SHOULD CLOSELY MONITOR THE PROGRESS OF THIS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS HURRICANE DURING THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS."

ALL WEATHER REPORTS FOR MEMBERS CAN BE ORDERED THROUGH BajaSafari@cox.net