Monthly Archives: September 2010

Ramos Gin Fizz

Ramos Gin Fizz (New Orleans Fizz) New Orleans was a popular tourist destination in the 1890’s.  The Imperial Cabinet Saloon which Ramos operated was known to be “The most famous gin fizz saloon in the world”.  He was known to … Continue reading

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Queens Park Swizzle

Queens Park Swizzle Recipe: 3oz. Demerara rum 2 oz. rich simple syrup 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice 2 dashes Angostura bitters 8 to 10 mint leaves Served in high-ball with crushed ice, garnished with mint sprig, squeezed-out lime shell. Swizzle … Continue reading

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Knickerbocker

Knickerbocker Jerry Thomas Recipe: ▪       ½ a lime juiced, put the juiced lime in the collins glass ▪       2 teaspoon raspberry syrup ▪       2oz rum ▪       ½ oz curacoa ▪       raspberries blackberries, orange piece garnish Prep: make in shaker with … Continue reading

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Whiskey 25 cents

Wish I had a quarter.

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Bloody Murderer

“Bloody Murderer” I’ve always liked a big & spicy Bloody Mary.  A whole meal (and stomach ache) in a glass.  I like them so much that I  sometimes prefer to drink them at night, which has not been looked upon … Continue reading

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Vodka Infusion for Bloodys

Infused Vodka for Bloody Murderer In one liter liquor bottle, add: 3/4 lb fresh horseradish (peeled and chopped up into chunks) 2 garlic cloves 10 sprigs of fresh thyme 2oz white peppercorns (black will make it muddy colored) the peel … Continue reading

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“Fancy” Daisy

“Fancy” Daisy made with bourbon.  This one is served in a mug with crushed ice.  It sounds really sweet (like alot of Jerry Thomas recipes) but it’s delicious.  Adding some cherry bitters might make it even better? Jerry Thomas Recipe … Continue reading

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