Who We Are

Blair Frodelius is a professional full-time musician, an award-winning mixologist, USBG Spirits Professional, and BarSmarts Live & Wired graduate. Several of his original cocktails can be found in the 75th Anniversary Mr. Boston Official Bartenders Guide, The Deans of Drink, and the soon to be published 101 Award-Winning Cocktails by Paul Martin.  He is also a regular contributor to Liquor.com’s Drinkwire

Noel Frodelius-Fujimoto works in graphic design, and is our European correspondent based in Dusseldorf, Germany.  She designs logos and artwork for businesses around the globe, and has a special interest in whiskies.

Kieran Jerome Matthew is a homebrewer, craft beer enthusiast and a co-host of Review&Brew, a weekly show on YouTube which features movie and beer reviews.  He also is an expert appraiser for vintage video games and systems.

Autumn Ellen Rose reviews cocktail guide books and geek culture events.

Contact us at goodspirits@frodelius.com

Products for review may be sent to:

Good Spirits News   c/o Blair Frodelius   122 Edgemont Dr.   Syracuse, New York   13214   USA  (315) 450-4200

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19 thoughts on “Who We Are

  1. Hope this e-mail finds you well! Here at LaForce + Stevens we have been enjoying following your blog on alcohol and are interested in receiving contact information so that we can collaborate with you in the future and invite you to events. We look forward to hearing back from you.

    Thanks!

    Amanda Schultz

  2. Hi There,

    Hope all is well. I represent several wine and spirits brands and wanted to send you more information on our clients.

    Can I please be provided with an email address?

    Thanks,

    Zuri

  3. Blair! How are you?

    You left a comment answering my question about making my own liqueurs, but I went back to check it and now I can’t remember where I posted! Haha! Care to enlighten me again?

    Thanks in advance!

  4. Hello Blair! I’ve encountered your comments on many a cocktail blog and figured I should say hello. That glass in your photo is quite nice; looks like an Aviation to me, but I suppose it could be any drink of a light bluish hue. I have a glass quite like that one, as in this photo of the Chrysanthemum Cocktail, which I highly recommend: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aphonik/7154991402/in/photostream. It’s amazing what kinds of glassware you can find at Goodwill stores for 50 cents. Cheers! –Eric

    • eric,

      thanks for getting in touch! that drink is actually one of my own creations called a blue cosmo. white cranberry juice and blue curacao.

      however, i love aviations!

      cheers,

      blair

  5. Hi Blair!

    If you are local in NYC, we would love to invite you to the Marie Brizard USA Cocktail Challenge NYC Semifinals from 12-2 p.m. Mon., May 22 at Nios (Hotel Muse). The Winner will have the opportunity to compete in the U.S. Finals at the 10th Annual Tales of the Cocktail this July! If you are unable to attend, it would be wonderful if you could add the competition to your blog! Please feel free to contact me to discuss further details.

    Cheers!
    Caitlin

  6. Mahia is in NYC and shipping abroad! This traditional Moroccan liquor has made it’s debut at Bread & Tulips and will be the featured liquor May 31st at Kiosk Harlem with Master Distiller David Nahmias! Join us via http://www.eventbrite.com/org/2179938495 and spread the word!!!

    Mahia is now available at the following locations in Manhattan:

    Astor Wine and Spirits- 399 Laffayette Street
    Tel: 212-674-7500
    Web: http://www.astorwines.com

    Ambassador Wine and Spirits
    1020 Second Avenue
    Tel : 212-421-5078
    web: http://www.ambassadorwines.com

    Park Avenue Liquor Shop
    292 Madison Ave
    Tel: 212-685-2442
    web: http://www.parkaveliquor.com

  7. Blair, it was very nice to meet you and Kim at Good Luck this weekend. This is a great site; we’re looking forward to learning a lot! Bill + Kate.

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