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Hello! It is a pleasure to meet me, and before I get to know you, I’m going to introduce you 8 irresistible reasons you going to love me so much you’ll want to lick me, responsibly!
Booze Cream #LickResponsibly
... If you like Pina Colada
The earliest known story states that in the 19th century, Puerto Rican pirate Roberto Cofresí, to boost his crew's morale, gave them a beverage or cocktail that contained coconut, pineapple and white rum. This was what would be later known as the famous piña colada.
LEMON DROP MARTINI
...This ain’t no Kids Candy
The lemon drop was invented sometime in the 1970s by Norman Jay Hobday, the founder and proprietor of Henry Africa's, a fern bar in the Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, California that opened in 1969. It was originally served in a cocktail glass. The Lemon Drop was most likely named after lemon drop candy.
CHOCOLATE CREAM MARTINI
...A Hollywood Legend
The origin of the Chocolate Martini is tied to Hollywood actor, Rock Hudson, who starred in the film Battle Hymn which premiered at the Colony Theatre in Marietta, OH in February 1957. You don’t often hear of Hollywood premieres taking place in small cities – which is why this event is forever remembered as a historic moment for Marietta.
Wake Me Up before you Go Go
The Espresso Martini has a relatively short history with the drink believed to have been first created in the early eighties by London bartender Dick Bradsel. According to Dick, a famous model entered the Soho Brasserie where he was working,and asked him to create a drink that would “wake me up”.
...A “Tale” of two Stories
One story claims that the drink was created in 1938, as Mexican restaurant owner Carlos (Danny) Herrera mixed it for gorgeous Ziegfeld showgirl Marjorie King. ... Other claims include that Texas socialite Margaret Sames (a k a Margarita) mixed the first drink at a house party in Mexico during 1948.
...From China with Love
Ordinary fruit they might be in China today, lychees were capable of being, without exaggeration, crowned “the National Fruit” more than a millennium ago as they happened to be the favorite of the First Lady. What’s more, the love story of Emperor Tang Xuanzong and Lady Yang also justifies the lychee's other name, “Fruit of Romance.”
WHISKY PEACHES AND CREAM
...This ain’t from the South
Peaches are one of the most popular fruits in the U.S. They pair perfectly with cream. They go great on the grill. But do they work well in your whisky? Our neighbors to north seem to think so. Later this month, the most popular producer of Canadian whisky releases Crown Royal Peach. While it won't exactly be the drink of choice for connoisseurs, the 70-proof spirit is sure to find friends as backyard barbecue season begins to hit up.
WOODY VANILLA BOURBON PECAN
...Triple Winning Combination + Nuts
Bourbon vanilla is named for the island now known as Reunion. In the early 19th century it was known as Ile Bourbon. The Bourbon vanilla plant stock originally came from Mexico. Bourbon vanilla and Mexican vanilla are essentially the same though soil and climate can produce subtle flavor differences