There are differing accounts of whether this drink was actually attributed to Douglas Fairbanks, but as far as I’m concurred I’m happy just to believe it is.
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The King of Swing passed his favorite cocktail to Esquire.
The writer claims to have invented this drink, and after reading the recipe it makes perfect sense.
Not to be confused with Milano, TX this concoction is from "Discover Gold. Recipes for making delicious drinks from Galliano."
When I discovered this cocktail in the “Mr. Boston Official Bartendter’s Guide” I was like, OMG another strange Gin pairing!
While researching Kina Lillet, I found this short and pithy post about it’s history from a James Bond fan.
A brandy and cordial cocktail from “Esquire’s Handbook for Hosts” published in 1949. This drink is wonderful. Smooth and interesting.
Another great cocktail shaker in my collection. I have many shakers as I think it's a good practice have guests “earn their keep” creating cocktails at my parties. I love the cl...
This recipe is from "Esquire’s Handbook for Hosts" published in 1949. The author stated “The highball is the high priest of tall drinks.” And I bow to this one.
From "Jose Cuervo Tequila Recipes" a vintage booklet I have in my collection. I’m guessing from the late 60’s. I was intrigued.