The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes
Monte CarloBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Monte Carlo is a classic cocktail which first appears in David Embury's 1948 The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks.
De La LouisianeBy The Cocktails Must FlowA classic cocktail from New Orleans. It was included in Stanley Clisby Arthur's book Famous New Orleans Drinks and How to Mix 'Em (1937)
BrotherhoodBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Brotherhood was created by Charles Joly, co-founder of Crafthouse Cocktails, a bottled cocktail company, which uses Irish and French spirits; the original recipe uses Michael Collins blended Irish whiskey.
St George & the DragonBy The Cocktails Must FlowA cocktail of unknown origin, but perfect for St George's Day.
The Neutral GroundBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated by Rhiannon Enlil in New Orleans 2008. Named after the stretch of Canal Street between the Creole's living in the French Quarter and the Americans on the other side.
Vieux CarréBy The Cocktails Must FlowOriginating with Walter Bergeron, head bartender at what is now the Carousel bar at the Monteleone Hotel, New Orleans; it is named after the French term for the New Orleans French Quarter.
Ford MartiniBy The Cocktails Must FlowA true classic, Martini-style cocktail sweetened by the use of Old Tom Gin and Benedictine D.O.M. It first appeared in George J. Kappeler's 1895 Modern American Drinks – How to mix and Serve All Kinds of Cups and Drinks.
Swiss AccountBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated by Griffin Cox of Lot Six, Halifax, Canada in 2017; this is Simon Difford's variant which doubles the Benedictine D.O.M.
VancouverBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated by Joseph A. Fiitchett, head bar steward at the Vancouver club, and first published in the 1925 About Town Cocktail Book; this is the actual recipe for the Vancouver, but for many years people were making a Fitcett and calling it a Vancouver[/b[. A fact which only came to light following a 2002 article in Canada's Scout Magazine.
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The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes