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  • ElGuzano

    I wonder why the author dismisses the Mojito as "modern-day" when it is actually as old or older than the drinks she suggests we go back to. Odd.

    Decent article anyway, and as a Manhattan drinker (well, to be honest I drink almost anything but if I were to choose one that is "my drink" it would have to be a Manhattan) I appreciate that she specifies Rye as the correct whiskey. I find 9 out of 10 bartenders reach for Bourbon when I order a Manhattan, and while still an enjoyable drink it's not quite right. If I want Bourbon, I'll take it simply on the rocks.


  • fanficmistress

    Very interesting article. I feel we are starting to get back to the cocktail age. We jave a local distillary here that allows you to try their liquor through high - end cocktails. I'll definitely have to try the original daiquiri though.

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