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3GT

Proposed By: David

Reviewed By: Jonathan

Inventing a cocktail should be the easiest thing ever—just stumble over to the liquor cabinet, pull out a couple of bottles and maybe a mixer, combine them, and gussy up the glass with some garnish. 979 more words

Cocktailians

Mother-In-Law Cocktail

My grandmother (born in New Orleans in 1895) inherited the recipe from her mother-in-law shortly before the beginning of the First World War. As specified in the original recipe, my grandmother concocted thes libation by the quart and stored it in an antique lead crystal decanter… 85 more words

Old Fashioned

Liberal

“If you like Manhattans, then track down some Amer Picon for this drink.”

So did I.

The Liberal, found in The Essential Bartender´s Guide… 35 more words

Old Fashioned

Monte Carlo

Proposed by: Jonathan

Reviewed by: David

The cocktail this week is a variation on the Manhattan called the Monte Carlo. There is little history to be found on this drink other than it is one of many, although very simple in this case, alterations of the basic classic. 1,014 more words

Cocktailians

Creole Cocktail

I should have a look at the Savoy Cocktail Book more often. The Creole Cocktail is a lovely sweet and warming drink just right for a frosty winter night. 37 more words

Forgotten

Picon Punch

The Picon Punch, which I discovered in Ted Haigh´s “Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails“, is a refreshing drink for these hot days. 38 more words

Drinks

Picon Punch

Amer Picon is a French bitter-orange aperitif liqueur that is, unfortunately, unavailable in the United States. It was, some years ago, greatly reduced in strength to, I think, 18% ABV. 297 more words

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