Tag Archives: Prohibition cocktail recipes

C is for Cocktail: A Series of Links For You All

  Hello again, everyone! I’m about to go on vacation—again—so here’s a set of interesting cocktail-themed links for you to enjoy this week. Bottoms up! 😉 ~*~ Taste a blast from the past with Nicholson Gin, an ingredient which is called … Continue reading

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C is for Cocktail: Monkeying Around With The Monkey Gland Cocktail

What would you do for a chance at eternal life? For some people in the early 1920s, all it took was a slip of the knife…just as long as they didn’t mind getting a little up close and personal with their ape relatives. … Continue reading

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C is for Cocktail: The Sidecar

For anyone wondering why there is a cocktail recipe here, please refer to this post.  Otherwise, let’s all sit back and enjoy a Prohibition classic… ~ * ~ T H E   S I D E C A R   Considered … Continue reading

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C is for Cocktail: The Bacardi Cocktail

And we’re off! 🙂  For those of you who didn’t tune in last week, this is the first in a short series of 1920s cocktail recipes I’ll be posting over the next month or so.  It’s a little different than … Continue reading

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C is for Cocktail: A Series Introduction

    Ah, the cocktail.   Today the word conjures up images of sophistication and elegance, of well-dressed men and women sipping at elegant stemmed glasses in darkened bars—but it wasn’t always that way.  While cocktails themselves (or mixed drinks, anyway) have … Continue reading

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