Sat May 15, 2004
have cocktail names, need recipes
the name is always hard, but what to do when you have names and no recipes?
the triumph (must taste like a d. fisher game winner)
the patriot act (a red-white-and-blue layered drink)
the three-peat (some sort of variation on the long-island ice tea?)
out to lunch
the sheldon (requires chartreuse)
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give 2 reasons why NOT to name a cocktail after a fallen leader?
1 1/2 rum
3/4 dry vermouth
shake with ice and strain into cocktail glass. garnish with orange wheel.
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