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So, who’s up for a strong drink? It’s Friday after all. And we don’t just have any drink this week. We have Master of The Hounds, which is NOT a...

Who’s ready for some cocktails? This week we have the Singapore (not to be confused with the Singapore Sling) from 2-in-1 International Recipe Cards...

Hey gang! Can you believe that Vintage Cocktail Friday is already over a year old?  Where does the time go? This post is from July of 2012!  Anyway,...

Happy Friday! Let’s have a drink! 4.5 from 2 reviews Print Old Fashioned Author: 2-in-1 International Recipe Card Collection, 1977   Ingredients 1 lump sugar 1 dash Angostura bitters 1½ jiggers blended whiskey Instructions Place sugar lump in Old Fashioned glass and sprinkle with bitters; if desired, add dash of water and mull....

Who’s ready for a Monte Carlo? Bonus on this one, we get to break out the Benedictine! 4.5 from 2 reviews Print Monte Carlo Author: 2-in-1 International Drink Cards, 1977   Ingredients 11/2 jiggers blended whiskey ½ jigger Benedictine 1 dash Angostura bitters Instructions Shake well with ice and strain into a cocktail glass....

Are you ready for a Friday cocktail? Because Tom is ready to drink some Boston Milk Punch! 4.0 from 1 reviews Print Boston Milk Punch Author: The Merry Mixer, 1940   Ingredients Nutmeg ½ spoon sugar ½ jigger of Golden Wedding ½ Bacardi Gold or Amber Label Rum Instructions Grate nutmeg in glass, mix and fill with milk....

Happy New Year, Everyone! Did anyone make any resolutions this year?  We did. And then, because this is the Mid-Century Menu, we drank them. 5.0 from 1 reviews Print January Resolution Author: The Merry Mixer, 1940   Ingredients 2 dashes Grenadine ⅓ Noilly Pratt Vermouth ⅔ Golden Wedding Rye or Bourbon Twist of Lemon Peel ...

We have another hot drink for you this week, and not just because I like showing off my awesome vintage hot/cold glasses! This week we picked the “December” themed drink from the Merry Mixer, December Toddy. I was actually pretty excited about this one, because it had lemon in it. I LOVE putting lemons in my tea, so I thought this one might turn out really well. ...

You know, for a guy who doesn’t care for whiskey, Tom has sure been drinking a lot of it lately! This is the Scarlett O’Hara, from my recent eBay score from 1941, a wooden drink book called “Here’s How”. It seriously has the BEST illustrations. And as soon as I pick up another bottle of curacao, we are going to be making the Rhett Buttler! 5.0 from 1 reviews...

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