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  • Victory Cocktail

    I recently stumbled upon an old newspaper article from the New York times archive where the journalist chronicled a cocktail that was designed by a Johannesburg bartender called the Victory Cocktail. It apparently required a lot of eggs. So many that the popularity caused a shortage in wartime Johannesburg...
    Posted to The Golden Age (Forum) by Gareth on 19 Oct 2009
  • Re: Blue Blazer Competition

    Ms. Saunders; Awesome work as always! Just out of wonderance - is it possible to have a Blue Blazer made up at Pegu (or anywhere else that you know of)? It's obviously one of those drinks that one can never be sure of ordering, what with its' being on fire and all ; ) Incidentally, as many will...
    Posted to The Golden Age (Forum) by Chris on 7 Jan 2009
  • Re: Gin & Prohibition

    It seems like one of the spiffy parts of the period after prohibition was not only that we got to drink again, but also that some of the cross pollination of drinks and ingredients that had been going on in Europe and England were rolled back into the relatively conservative American traditions of drinking...
    Posted to The Golden Age (Forum) by Erik Ellestad on 8 Dec 2008
  • Gin & Prohibition

    Risking Mr. DeGroff's wrath and the classification as one of those pesky "Internet Cocktail Geeks" who enjoy "Spoiling a good story with facts"... A lot of times when people write about prohibition and Repeal Day they will make a statement like, "During prohibition, Dry Gin...
    Posted to The Golden Age (Forum) by Erik Ellestad on 8 Dec 2008
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