Posts Tagged ‘cocktail history’

Written on May 12, 2021.

When you hear the word “brunch,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? It’s likely a tall, fluted glass of sparkling orange liquid. That’s right, we’re talking about the Mimosa.

Ahead of National Mimosa Day this May 16, we’re exploring the origins of this boozy breakfast treat, its fast rise to fame, and how it changed what the world is drinking. Pop that cork and grab an omelet—let’s tuck in for a little cocktail history:

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Written on May 5, 2021.

If you’re craving a little nostalgia, then look no further than the Cosmopolitan. Often stereotyped as a woman’s signature bar drink, the “Cosmo” has a rich—albeit short—history in cocktail culture. Ahead of National Cosmopolitan Day this May 7, we’re exploring the origins of the pink drink, its fast rise to fame, and how it changed what the world is drinking.

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Written on May 6, 2020.

Yes, the Kentucky Derby has been postponed for now, but luckily, some of its festive traditions can continue. Even though it’ll be a little while before you can don a floppy hat and sip on a Mint Julep at the racetrack, there’s nothing stopping you from enjoying one on your back porch!

Here’s a little cocktail history to pair with your cold drink.
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Written on February 12, 2020.

Thanks to its flavor and Instagram-worthy aesthetic, pink gin has become a global favorite; but what do you know about this blushing delight? Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we’re diving into the history behind this beloved pink drink.
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