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The Martini: This American Cocktail May Have An International Twist

The Martini: This American Cocktail May Have An International Twist

| June 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

The martini has been called “the only American invention as perfect as the sonnet.” But is this cocktail perfectly American? Maybe not entirely. In honor of National Martini Day, we decided to dig into the drink’s muddled past.

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Elixirs Made To Fight Malaria Still Shine On The Modern Bar

Elixirs Made To Fight Malaria Still Shine On The Modern Bar

| December 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Many modern day liqueurs, like Campari and Pimm’s, started off as 19th century medicinal tonics made to cure an array of ailments, including malaria. So if you’re sipping a French aperitif or an absinth cocktail this holiday season, chances are you’re also imbibing a bit of malaria history.

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