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Vintage placemat menu for this Saturday's Old House Cocktail Party, part of @southparksandiego @theoldhousefair Come absorb some cocktail history dressed in your best and get juiced up w/ your ole' pals in the KINDRED Kult. #classiccocktail #cocktailhistory #cocktailparty

Just came back from Paris and on Monday I'm heading to Italian bar show but in between all those travels you'll always find me at my second home The Savoy!

Come for one or two - Gilbert Rumbolds inspired by Art Deco artist who designed our Savoy Cocktail Book! ❤️👌🏻 📸credit: @thesavoylondon
#savoy #americanbar #cocktailhistory #placetobe #bartender

It's drinks-on-the-patio season and @elementalcocktails knows the drill. Great photo, with a fun history lesson too. ・・・ What's your go-to outdoor patio #cocktail? Ours - a mezcal margarita! A little salty/smokiness that's perfect for a warm summer afternoon.
The history of the #margarita is one of mystery. A best guess is that the margarita as we know and love it evolved from a cocktail known as the “daisy.” This, a mix of alcohol, citrus juice, and grenadine served over shaved ice, was popular during the 1930s and 40s. There were gin daisies and whiskey daisies and, eventually, inevitably, tequila daisies, the original recipe for which called for tequila, orange liqueur, lime juice, and a splash of soda.

At some point, this Mexican-influenced daisy became known by its Spanish name, margarita, which means daisy in Spanish. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, margarita—meaning “a cocktail made with tequila and citrus fruit juice”—first appeared in print in English in 1965 🍹#cocktailhistory

L’histoire: In 1890 John D. Taylor launched his Velvet Falernum in the village of Bridgetown, Barbados. 127 years later, L’Orgeat Liqueur has embarked on a very similar mission: to give a historic and essential bar syrup a longevity and consistency it never had before. Falernum, like orgeat, was a bar-oriented syrup that had no strict definition, but was made traditionally using different methods dependent on the maker’s preference. At its core were almonds, cloves, ginger and lime, with a base of Barbados rum. L’Orgeat Liqueur’s mission is to create a natural, shelf-stable orgeat that will bring new consistencies to a syrup that has been missing on the back bar for centuries! #cheers

A little more history?

4. The Tom Collins

This refreshing summer drink owes its name to a 19th century hoax. In 1874, hundreds of New Yorkers heard some bad news while they were out on the town: a certain Tom Collins had been besmirching their good names. Although these people didn't know Mr. Collins, they were outraged that he would slander them, and they often set out to find the rascal. Of course, the root of the hoax was that there wasn't really a Tom Collins, but that didn't keep aggrieved parties from searching him out. To deepen the joke, bartenders started making the citrus cocktail that now bears the name, so when searchers asked for Tom Collins, they could instead find a thirst-quenching long drink.

5. The Sazerac

Although it's not the most widely known drink, the Sazerac is both delicious and one of America's oldest cocktails. The blend of rye whiskey, bitters, sugar, and absinthe or pastis dates all the way back to the 1830s when Creole pharmacist Antoine Peychaud came up with the recipe and began serving it. The Sazerac became so popular that Peychaud's apothecary business quickly became better known as a place to get a revitalizing potion. The Sazerac is currently in the middle of something of a resurgence. Kentucky distillery Buffalo Trace has marketed two very good straight rye whiskeys under the Sazerac name, and last year the Louisiana House of Representatives proclaimed that the drink is the official cocktail of New Orleans.

6. The Negroni

Count Camillo Negroni gets credits for creating this aperitif around 1919. As the story goes, Negroni really loved to throw back an Americano (Campari, sweet vermouth, and club soda), but he wanted a little extra zing in his glass. He asked a bartender to replace the club soda with gin to give the mixture some added kick, and the Negroni was born.

#liftingspirits #cocktailhistory #cocktail #cocktails @cocktails_for_you @cocktails_for_you @glamadelaide

|| Παρουσίαση Καλοκαιρινού Καταλόγου Cocktail ||
Δεν σταματάμε με τίποτα να ᾽᾽χτυπάμε᾽᾽ shaker!
Σε 2 ώρες από τώρα ο νέος μας κατάλογος θα κάνει την εμφάνιση του!
Προς το παρόν χτυπάμε και ᾽᾽παίζουμε᾽᾽ με τον πάγο αλά Nusret!
Απολαύστε!
#caldera #cocktailhistory #calderasummer2017 #summercocktails #nusret

Fire/fountain cabana & Crusta and Sazerac #cocktailhistory #cocktailhistorytour

Repost from @lettersandliquor using @RepostRegramApp - Pisco Sour
We take our cocktails seriously in the United States, but in Peru, the Pisco Sour is a matter of national pride. They celebrate World Pisco Sour Day every February and grade Pisco by grape and style, like it was wine. Learn all about this South American contribution to cocktail culture on the blog, cheers! #lettersandliquor #cocktailhistory

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Kalt, nass, November...? Hau doch einfach ab und träume und trinke dich into #tikiparadise! Was es mit #Tiki wirklich auf sich hat und was du bei #tikidrinks und #tikibar Konzepten beachten solltest, erfährst du in meinem neusten #podcast mit DEM #tikiexpert @sventiki! Link in Bio! #barblog #nocheersnostorypodcast #tikitime #timefordrinks #tikicocktails #barpodcast #audios #barlife #barlove #cocktailculture #cocktailinspiration #cocktailhistory #bartenderslife #bartender #mixology #drinkstagram #beautifulbars

L’histoire: In 1890 John D. Taylor launched his Velvet Falernum in the village of Bridgetown, Barbados. 127 years later, L’Orgeat Liqueur has embarked on a very similar mission: to give a historic and essential bar syrup a longevity and consistency it never had before. Falernum, like orgeat, was a bar-oriented syrup that had no strict definition, but was made traditionally using different methods dependent on the maker’s preference. At its core were almonds, cloves, ginger and lime, with a base of Barbados rum. L’Orgeat Liqueur’s mission is to create a natural, shelf-stable orgeat that will bring new consistencies to a syrup that has been missing on the back bar for centuries! #cheers

Another #Monday is gone... Luckly! Heavy or not, we think it's better to have a cocktail over it. And we are going to toast with an Italian #webseries all about cocktails: #HaiVistoTomCollins (Did you see Tom Collins?). Let's #bingewatch it on #YouTube (ENG, ESP, FR, DE subs available) https://goo.gl/v3iY28

#tomcollins #wwwebseriewatchingtip #monday
#mondaynight #whattowatch #onlineseries #digitalseries #watchingtips #tipoftonight #tipoftheday #mondaytip #cocktails #cocktailhistory

El Draque: A cocktail created by pirates that spawned the Mojito was bound to have an interesting story. I chased it through Amazonian forests, Cuban theatres, and even San Francisco’s Devil Acre. Why it probably wasn’t made with chuchuhuasi or pisco (sorry, @businessinsider and @dugganmcdonnell) and my variation on the blog: alcohollerin.com ...
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Un cóctel creado por piratas que dió luz al Mojito seguramente tiene una historia interesante. La cacé por las selvas Amazónicas, los teatros Cubanos, y el Devil’s Acre de San Francisco. La historia y mi versión de la receta en el blog: alcohollerin.com ...
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#thirsty #drinkpunch #imbibe #imbibegram #cocktails #cocktailhistory #modernbotany #cocteleria #segundobogota #cuba #mojito #bogotá #qps #oknotaqpsbutclose #rum

Un trago creado por piratas y el ancestro del Mojito, El Draque es el cóctel más viejo del mundo. Nuestra versión usa una mezcla de rones infusionada con la corteza de chuchuhuasi, una medicina amazónica ... y también un afrodisiaco potente 💘🙈 ...
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Lee más sobre la historia dramática de esto cóctel en un post de nuestra jefe de bar @alcohollerin: alcohollerin.com/es/ ...
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#cocktailhistory #cocktails #mojito #modernbotany #eattheworld #cocteleria #bogota #eldraque #francisdrake #bars

The #MansionHouseParty in Pondicherry was a blast ! Are you ready to do it all over again?
We are in Vizag today w/ @dualistinquiry @zokhuma and Moniker at the SPE Rooftop in The Park.
A sundowner coupled with some handcrafted cocktails on a beach side rooftop- there's no place else you'd rather be. ... #MansionHouseParty
#MHP003
#Sundowner
#ClasaicCocktails
#CocktailHistory #BrandyAlexander #Brandy #brandysmash #Sidecar

Fire/fountain cabana & Crusta and Sazerac #cocktailhistory #cocktailhistorytour

First stop on the walking cocktail history tour at Tiki Tolteca! #nola #cocktailhistory

#Vizag, only 1 more day to go for the #MansionHouseParty !

With @irfandaar creating some ridiculously good cocktails and a triple-ticket lineup of @dualistinquiry @zokhuma and Moniker, it's sure to be a memorable evening.
Join us on The Rooftop at The Park, Visakhapatnam for this amazing Sundowner. ... #Sundowner #MHP003 #MansionHouseParty #CocktailHistory #Cocktails #Brandy #NewMusic #RooftopParty

A little more history?

4. The Tom Collins

This refreshing summer drink owes its name to a 19th century hoax. In 1874, hundreds of New Yorkers heard some bad news while they were out on the town: a certain Tom Collins had been besmirching their good names. Although these people didn't know Mr. Collins, they were outraged that he would slander them, and they often set out to find the rascal. Of course, the root of the hoax was that there wasn't really a Tom Collins, but that didn't keep aggrieved parties from searching him out. To deepen the joke, bartenders started making the citrus cocktail that now bears the name, so when searchers asked for Tom Collins, they could instead find a thirst-quenching long drink.

5. The Sazerac

Although it's not the most widely known drink, the Sazerac is both delicious and one of America's oldest cocktails. The blend of rye whiskey, bitters, sugar, and absinthe or pastis dates all the way back to the 1830s when Creole pharmacist Antoine Peychaud came up with the recipe and began serving it. The Sazerac became so popular that Peychaud's apothecary business quickly became better known as a place to get a revitalizing potion. The Sazerac is currently in the middle of something of a resurgence. Kentucky distillery Buffalo Trace has marketed two very good straight rye whiskeys under the Sazerac name, and last year the Louisiana House of Representatives proclaimed that the drink is the official cocktail of New Orleans.

6. The Negroni

Count Camillo Negroni gets credits for creating this aperitif around 1919. As the story goes, Negroni really loved to throw back an Americano (Campari, sweet vermouth, and club soda), but he wanted a little extra zing in his glass. He asked a bartender to replace the club soda with gin to give the mixture some added kick, and the Negroni was born.

#liftingspirits #cocktailhistory #cocktail #cocktails @cocktails_for_you @cocktails_for_you @glamadelaide

#4IngredientFriday | Irish Coffee:
2 Sugar cubes
1 1/2 Ounces Hot brewed coffee
1 1/2 Ounces Irish Whiskey
Lightly whipped cream.
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Stir sugar cubes and coffee in preheated Irish coffee glass to dissolve sugar. Add whiskey. Float cream over back of barspoon to fill glass. Serve in an Irish Coffee Glass.
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In comparison to Irish whiskey, the Irish Coffee is actually a fairly recent invention. In the 1940s, the most common air route between America and Europe included a stop in Foynes, an air base near Limerick, Ireland. Given the temperamental nature of the weather in western Ireland though, short layovers often turned into overnight stays. On a winter's night in 1942, a particularly nasty storm sent a plane back to Foynes for the night. The restaurant was notified to prepare food and drink as usual, but chef Joe Sheridan decided to prepare something special for the passengers aboard the plane. Legend has it that one American passenger asked if he was drinking Brazilian coffee. “No,” Joe answered, “that's Irish Coffee.” Eventually, the recipe was discovered by travel writer Stanton Delaplane, who took it back to San Francisco with him, where it became a signature cocktail at the Buena Vista Hotel.

Moniker has been a long standing figure in the industry. He puts up a show straddling hip-hop, garage, grime, bass, house, techno, and anything in between.

He'll be playing w/ @dualistinquiry and @zokhuma at The Park, Visakhapatnam for the #MansionHouseParty 003 ... #MHP003 #dualistinquiry #RooftopParty #Sundowner #HipHop #Garage #Grime #Bass #NewMusic #electronica #VizagSunset #Vizag #CocktailHistory #cocktail #Brandy

I just LOVE New Orleans, and there’s no better way to celebrate the countdown to the holiday season than with the original calling card of the Crescent City, The Brandy Crusta. She’s underrated and often overlooked, but we think our Autumnal Crusta is pretty sexy! .
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#allthebrandy #brandycrusta #vol39chi #turnupthevolume #autumn #holiday #cocktails #chicagogram #thirstythursday #chicagoeats #neworleans #cocktailhistory #imbibe #craftcocktails 🍸: @doc3p0 @vol39chicago 📷: @tassonephoto

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