Cocktails and Elixirs
The drink of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Tanqueray London dry gin, lime juice and soda.
This is what FDR drank to celebrate the end of Prohibition. Bombay Sapphire, dry vermouth, olive juice and olives.
From the 1922 book, “Harry’s ABC of Mixing”. Hennessey, Cointreau and lemon juice.
Named after the 1920s movie star who founded United Artists with Charlie Chaplin. Bacardi white, pineapple juice and grenadine.
The famous drink of the Kentucky Derby, this elixir was also mentioned multiple times in The Great Gatsby. Woodford Reserve bourbon, mint and simple syrup.
Created to celebrate the state legislature election of Martin Lomasney to Boston’s 8th Ward. Jim Beam American bourbon, lemon juice, orange juice and grenadine.
A cocktail that predates even The Civil War. Crown Royal Canadian whiskey, sugar, bitters, orange and maraschino cherry.