Nick & Nora Cocktail

Nick & Nora Cocktail

Nick & Nora Cocktail In 1934, Nick & Nora brought Cocktail Drinking to the big screen and made it famous. The drinking glamour couple Nick Charles (played by William Powell) and his rich wife Nora (Myrna Loy) solve murder cases in the refreshingly frivolous,...
Poitín

Poitín

Poitín Poitín is a spirit made in Ireland. The name derives from Irish “pot” with the diminutive -ín (hence small pot), indicating that it has traditionally been distilled in small pots. The distillate was mainly produced in rural farming areas of Ireland....
Cuba Libre

Cuba Libre

Cuba Libre Cuba Libre (also Rum & Coke) is one of the most served cocktails in the world. Just few know that the drink is dating back to the time of the Spanish-American War (April 21 – August 13, 1898), an armed conflict between Spain and the United States. For...
The Carnivore’s Mezcal

The Carnivore’s Mezcal

The Carnivore’s Mezcal Mezcal is a Mexican spirit with around 40% alcohol by volume, distilled from the pulp of different agave species. The taste and appearance of the distillate vary depending on the type of agave, the region, how it is prepared and how long...
Your Lips Must Touch The Toe

Your Lips Must Touch The Toe

Your Lips Must Touch The Toe In Dawson City on the east bank of the Yukon is the only place where one can drink a Sourtoe Cocktail at the Downtown Hotel’s bar. The small, former gold mining town in Canada’s northwest hosts since the early 1970s the more...
The Queen Mother’s Cocktail

The Queen Mother’s Cocktail

The Queen Mother’s Cocktail In 1846 Joseph Dubonnet invented a sweet, aromatized wine-based aperitif. Originally, it was meant as a malaria remedy for French legionnaires as it is a blend of fortified wine, herbs, and spices, and quinine but it should become...