Some "rules" for cocktail fun

Cocktails are fun

It is a wonderfully simple and profound statement.

So why did I start this blog?  I enjoy making and creating cocktails.  My tastes have evolved, and they will continue to evolve. Over the years I’ve made cocktails for my lovely wife (who also is my social media expert) and friends. I’ve shared my creations and recipes with a relatively narrow group of people.  I have considered expanding my passion for cocktails to a wider audience but never took that first step. The tipping point came when I attended the Tales of the Cocktail conference in New Orleans in 2014. I was among “my people” (someone who appreciates a good cocktail) and decided it was time to do what I can to expand and enhance the cocktail experience for others.

In the parlance of the conference, I am a proud cocktail enthusiast.  What I am not is a bartender. I recognize that I cannot do what they do.  If you can’t do what they do (or even if you can), remember to tip generously.  Watching a great bartender do his or her thing is like watching poetry in motion.

I hope to inspire you as others have inspired me.


Legal stuff, part one – Wulf Cocktail Den reserves all rights.

Legal stuff, part two – Drink responsibly.  If you do not, please do not get behind the wheel (in high school a friend of mine died in a drunk driving incident).  Also, don’t be a bad drunk.  You don’t want to be “that guy” or “that lady.”


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