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Monthly archives for January, 2018

Episode 2: French 75 – Commentary

The French 75 episode was the point where I had a couple of realizations in the production of the show. So Jay and I actually recorded this episode prior to episode #1. I don’t exactly recall why exactly,  but I think we were more prepared with the French 75 content before we were ready with […]

Episode 75: Shot to the Heart – Have ...

With very few appearances in cocktail books, or really anywhere, it is probably fair to say that the “Have a Heart” cocktail didn’t make much of a splash at all. It seems originate from, and really only appears in Patrick Gavin Duffy’s The Official Mixer’s Manual (1934). The quotation marks allude to it being the […]

Episode 1: Manhattan – Commentary

Welcome everyone to our first episode of the cocktail era history podcast Monster in a Glass. Please subscribe on iTunes and Google services and spread the word about the show. A little background on how the show generated. In 2013 the sudden shocking realization that I had never had a Manhattan occurred to me and […]

Episode 74: Always Darkest – Golden D...

The product of a cocktail competition in London, the Golden Dawn is a boozy drink, almost entirely made up of Calvados, Brandy, and Gin. A newspaper article from 1930 mentions that cocktail purists were not happy with this drink winning the competition, simply because of the addition of fruit juice. We delve into the idea […]

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