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Cocktail History

A collection of articles which provide historical information associated with individual cocktails.

Cocktail Timeline

What cocktails were popular when? When was a particular cocktail invented? That and other time/history based information...

Home/Bar Made Products

A collection of recipes or procedures for making your own bitters, syrups, etc.

Library

A collection of information about books throughout history. The primary content here will be a large Bibliography...
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Maraschino Cherries

The original Maraschino cherries were made by soaking small sour wild black Maraska cherries, from what is now...
Revision #6 Posted to Home/Bar Made Products by Robert Hess on 5 Feb 2009
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Yarm's Celery Bitters

I developed these bitters after losing patience waiting for The Bitter Truth's Celery Bitters to show up in...
Revision #2 Posted to Home/Bar Made Products by Fred Yarm on 4 Feb 2009
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Grenadine

Grenadine is of course a sweet pomegranate syrup. I assume this used to be something that most bars would have...
Revision #1 Posted to Home/Bar Made Products by Robert Hess on 4 Feb 2009
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Hess' House Bitters

Bitters are relatively easy to make at home, although difficult to master. The basics are pretty simple; you start...
Revision #2 Posted to Home/Bar Made Products by Robert Hess on 4 Feb 2009
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1940 to 1950

[insert commentary about this decade here] 1944 Victor Bergeron creates the "Mai Tai". The original recipe...
Revision #3 Posted to Cocktail Timeline by Robert Hess on 18 Jan 2009
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