I haven’t updated this space for several months now, for a lot of reasons. I’ve been writing elsewhere. I’ve been trying to compose. I’ve been out of town. I’ve been….
Eh, who am I kidding? This is why I haven’t been updating:
Which is not to say I haven’t been working, though. So, in a bout of real-work avoidance, I’ve at least gone back and filled in a bunch of links from the interregnum—Boston Globe reviews, NewMusicBox articles, other appearances here and there. I’ve also compiled a master list of all the “Score” columns I’ve written for the Globe over the past couple years. (Links to that list and my NewMusicBox articles are now in the sidebar, too.) Critic-at-Large Moe (pictured above, on left) would like you to know that he, too, has not been idle.
Anyway, a drink. This one is named in honor of Henri Poincaré, since I was reading a biography of him, and full of grapefruit, because I love grapefruit.
First, make some grapefruit-infused gin: add the peel (no pith) and juice of one grapefruit to 500ml of gin, let it steep for a week, then strain it through a coffee filter.
2 oz. grapefruit-infused gin
1 oz. grapefruit juice
½ oz. Cocchi Americano
a couple dashes of grapefruit bitters
Stir with cracked ice and strain into the closest thing you have to a non-Euclidean glass.