The Brooklyn Cocktail

This New Year’s Eve, why not look to the past as well as the future? Rather than serving up the traditional glass of Champagne, check out some vintage cocktails. The trend of exploring tinctures of old has become incredibly popular and is a fun way to add some originality to your evening.

I recommend The Brooklyn Cocktail from Dr. Cocktail’s Vintage Spirits & Forgotten Cocktails.

 

Cheers to 2013! Have a very wonderful night 🙂
Katie

In this expanded and updated edition of Forgotten Cocktails and Vintage Spirits, historian, expert, and drink aficionado Dr. Cocktail adds another 20 fine recipes to his hand-picked collection of 80 rare-and-worth-rediscovery drink recipes, shares revelations about the latest cocktail trends, provides new resources for uncommon ingredients, and profiles of many of the cocktail world’s movers and shakers. Historic facts, expanded anecdotes, and full-color vintage images from extremely uncommon sources round out this must-have volume. For anyone who enjoys an icy drink and an unforgettable tale.

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Ted Haigh, a.k.a. Dr. Cocktail, makes his living as a graphic designer in the Hollywood movie industry and has worked on such spectacles as O Brother Where Art Thou?, American Beauty, and The Insider. He has been researching cocktails since the 80s and has been referenced by the New York Times, Esquire, Malt Advocate, Men’s Journal, and writes regularly for Imbibe Magazine. He is a partner in CocktailDB.com, an encyclopedic database of cocktail knowledge and curator and designer of The Museum of the American Cocktail in New Orleans.