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Suburban Cocktail

Suburban Cocktail

The suburban cocktail is a change-up to the traditional old-fashioned. A unique cocktail combining rye whiskey, rum and port.   The recipe first appeared in print in the Old Waldorf-Astoria Bar Book. And the drink likely originated at the Waldorf’s bar, during the...
Smoking Gun Cocktail

Smoking Gun Cocktail

Aaron Pollack, the bar manager of The Dawson’s in Chicago created the Smoking Pistol Cocktail. We modified the drink to fit our tastes and call it the Smoking Gun Cocktail.    The smoking gun cocktail is a cross between two classics the Rob Roy and the Vieux...
Vieux Carre Cocktail

Vieux Carre Cocktail

The Vieux Carre Cocktail embodies the city from which it was born. Potent with a charming smoothness to it. Vieux Carre is French for ‘Old Quarter,’ the original name of the French Quarter. The Big Easy is known for mixing up strong drinks, but the Vieux...
The Boulevardier

The Boulevardier

The Boulevardier is a Negroni with bourbon instead of gin. The Boulevardier first appeared in Harry’s 1927 bar guide, Barflies, and Cocktails.   From one article, we learned that the Negroni did not appear for another 20 years. Since the cocktail originated in Paris,...
Suffering Bastard

Suffering Bastard

The suffering bastard created by a hungover bar steward in the 1940s. Designed as a cure for someone suffering from a hangover. Like the many before us, we have adapted the recipe. We can promise you won’t suffer while drinking this cocktail.   Joe Scialom...
Man O’ War

Man O’ War

The Man O’ War is a drink for a stud. As in the legendary American Thoroughbred. Man O’ War is one of the greatest racehorses of all time. Like the legend, of its name, this cocktail will be a fan favorite.   If you haven’t heard of Man O’ War...