Happy Hour: The French 75

A classic summer cocktail with just the right amount of kick. In the 1920’s, the French 75 was popularized at the Stork Club in New York City. It was originally…

Happy Hour: The Moscow Mule

It’s that time again! Let’s delve into the history of one of your favorite drinks. The year is 1941. John G. Martin, an American east coast spirit distributor, Jack Morgan,…

Happy Hour: Gin & Tonic

Sure, we all drink this classic cocktail, but do you know the history behind it? It all goes back to the early 1800’s in India. Malaria was a major issue…

Happy Hour: The Sazerac

How did this classic concoction become the official cocktail of New Orleans? Let’s find out… The Sazerac was originally created in New Orleans around 1850, when Sewell T. Taylor sold…

Happy Hour: The Manhattan

Do you know the real story behind this classic cocktail? Neither did we until today… The Manhattan, as with most other classic drinks, has varying origin stories. In an effort…

Happy Hour: The White Russian

This classic cocktail almost completely disappeared until a certain “Dude” revived it’s popularity. The White Russian, which has no real ties to Russia aside from the fact that vodka is…

Happy Hour: The Negroni

Another classic cocktail with a classic story. A perfect drink to transport you someplace warm and cozy. The Negroni Historically argued, the Negroni is widely believed to have been accidentally…

Happy Hour: The Last Word

It’s Friday! That means it’s time to try a new cocktail…well, this one’s actually quite old. The Last Word Debatably the coolest part about cocktails isn’t that they’re alcoholic or…