The History Of Negroni

This week on #cocktailculture we talk about the #Negroni and it was firstly mixed in #Florence , #Italy , in 1919, at Caffè Casoni, ex Caffe Giacosa, located in via Tornabuoni and now called Caffè #RobertoCavalli. Count Camillo Negroni concocted it by asking the Bartender Fosco Scarselli, to strengthen his favorite the #americanococktail by adding […]

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The History Of Hanky Panky

Today in #CocktailCulture the history of The Hanky-Panky cocktail, the brainchild of Ada Coleman (known as “Coley”) who began bartender at the Savoy Hotel in 1903. Her benefactor was Rupert D’Oyly Carte, a member of the family that first produced Gilbert and Sullivan operas in London and that built the Savoy Hotel. When Rupert became […]

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The History Of Margarita

Margarita This time in #cocktailculture I’m gonna share the #margarita history, recipe and other facts. A commo nly accepted origin story of the Margarita and that I most like is that it was invented around 1930’s to 1940’s at #Hussong’s #Cantina in #Ensenada, #Mexico, by the bartender Don Carlos Orozco in honor to Margarita Henkel, the daughter […]

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The History Of Ilegal Fashion

Ilegal Fashion Today in #CocktailCulture I’m gonna tell you about Krissy McGregor who is part of this select group of rock star style bartenders, who can shake your night with a great cocktail of her own inspiration or bring you the perfect classic that you choose. Right now you can see her at Bodega Taqueria […]

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The History Of Old Fashioned

Old Fashioned The recipe for #oldfashioned today in #cocktailculture by me, The @antimixologist is the same that the Master #gazregan use and my favorite to do or drink: put half wheel of orange on the mixing glass, add one sugar cube, two hits of #angosturabitters, then muddle the inside part of the orange, take out the […]

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The History Of Piña Colada

Piña Colada Today in #CocktailCulture the history of The Piña Colada, the earliest known story states that in the 19th century, Puerto Rican pirate Roberto Cofresí, to boost his crew’s morale, gave them a beverage or cocktail that contained coconut, pineapple and white rum. This was what would be later known as the famous  piña colada. […]

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The History Of Moscow Mule

M o s c o w – m u l e Today I want dedicate the #co cktailculture to #MuhammadAli / #CassiusClay #thechamp RIP and cheers for #thegreatest. The mule was born in #Manhattan but “stalled” on the West Coast for the duration. The birthplace of “Little Moscow” was in New York’s Chatham Hotel. That […]

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The History Of Red Moai

R e d – M o a i Today in #CocktailCulture I’m gonna let you know a little bit about Christian J. Rolon, bartender at The Regent Cocktail Club and one of his cocktails named Red Moai. It’s been almost five years since he started working behind the bar as a barback and eventually became […]

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The History Of The Manhattan

M a n h a t t a n Today in #CocktailCulture the history of the Manhattan Cocktail, a popular history suggests that the drink originated at the Manhattan Club in New York City in the early 1870s, where it was invented by Dr. Iain Marshall for a banquet hosted by Jennie Jerome (Lady Randolph […]

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The History Of The “Il Viaggiatore”

I l – V i a g g i a t o r e the history of the “Il Viaggiatore”  (The Traveler), is the story of a man who used to travel the world writing about food and drink from different cultures. Once in Milan he’s introduced to fernet Branca and comes out with the […]

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