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Prohibition Cocktails of 2015

citynightsdiscos Prohibition Cocktails of 2015 If you're looking for a simple cocktail, it doesn't get better than the Gin Rickey. Gin was one of the most popular Prohibition Era alcohols, so this is one of the drinks you could have found at any speakeasy in the United States. 1.5 ounces of gin Juice of half a lime Tonic or mineral water GIN RICKEY 1 lime wedge Preparation: Fill a highball glass with ice, and pour the gin and lime juice over the ice. Add car- bonated water, drop in the lime edge, and stir. SUPERIOR HIT BROADWALK WHISKEY SOUR SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL INGERDIENTS 4 ounces of fresh lemon juice 1.5 ounces of Bourbon whiskey 34 ounces of simple syrup Since 1918 Preparation: This is a classic whiskey- based cocktail, and the sour tang of the lime makes it a great digestif (cocktail to drink after a heavy meal). If you need something to shut down your appetite, you'll love this drink. Pour the bourbon, lemon juice, and whiskey into a cocktail shaker filled with ice, shake well, and strain into a "rocks" glass containing ice cubes. Use a lemon wedge or cherry as a garnish. SIDEGAR For those with a more refined palate, the Sidecar is a sweet drink that is both refreshing and enjoy- able. It's not as strong as some of the other cocktails on this list, making it an ideal drink for those who want to keep their wits about them! 4 ounces of Triple Sec 2 ounces of Cognac • 4 ounces of lemon juice It's not as strong as some of the other cocktails on this list, making it an ideal drink for those who want to keep their wits about them! CONVICTED BY VIOLATION OF NATIONAL PROHIBITION ACT ! W ANTED! MINT JULE P As the classic Southern drink, the mint julep is a beau - tiful combination of ingredients two ounces of COGNA C fragrant mint, refreshing shaved ice, and strong bourbon. four mint LEAVES It's a more compli- cated cocktail, but one guaranteed to enchant your palate. one teasp 0 ons of POWDERED SUGAR two te aspoo ns WATER PREPARATION Muddle the water, sugar, and mint le aves in a highball glass. Once muddled proper- ly, fill the glass with cracked or shave ice, pour the bourbon over the top, and mix until the glass has frosted. Use a sprig of mint as a garnish. CO. ATLANTA PRESIDENTAL OFFICE THE This is one of the most popular Prohibition cocktail recipes, though it's often hard to find. The phrase "the bee's knees" means "the best" or "very awesome" in the 1920s and 30s lingo, and that's exactly what this cocktail is! CHICAGO PREPARATION: POUR THE LEMON JUICE, SYRUP, AND GIN INTO A COCKTAIL SHAKER FILLED WITH ICE, SHAKE, AND STRAIN INŤO A COCKTAIL GLASS THAT HAS BEEN CHILLED. GARNISH WITH A TWIST OF LEMON. COlhils Lady Created in 1919, this is a deceptive cocktail. It may look and taste delicate, but it packs a punch thanks to the combination of gin, Cointreau, and egg white. - 2 ounces of gin - ½ ounce of Cointreau (or any Triple Sec) ½ ounce of fresh lemon juice • The white of a fresh egg Preparation Pour the gin, Triple Sec, lemon juice, and egg white into a cocktail shaker filled with ice, shake, and serve into a cocktail glass that has been chilled. No garnish is needed. citynightsdiscos BEES KNEES

Prohibition Cocktails of 2015

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We’ve got a few Prohibition cocktail recipes for you to try. They’re easy to make at home, and you’ll find that they make a great addition to any party or event.


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