VIVA TEQUILA! By Jimmy Quaile, Certified Sommelier July 24th is National Tequila Day. That’s right, an entire day celebrated across the country honoring a fermented drink. Not just ANY fermented drink you understand ~ A drink that which dates back to the Aztecs in 1000 B.C. A drink which uses a prehistoric plant that is actually a member of the Lily family. A plant that can weigh over 100 pounds before being peeled, roasted and
Perfect to drink on a chilly winter night, this cocktail was made popular back in the 1930s. What You’ll Need 2 ounces Irish Whiskey 1.5 ounces Dry Vermouth 3-5 dashes of Pernod 3-5 dashes of Angostura bitters Directions Fill a shaker with ice and add ingredients. Shake and strain over ice into a rocks glass.
Made popular back in the 1950’s, this drink is easy to make and still popular today if you want to ask for it at a bar! What You’ll Need 3 ounces Gin 2 ounces lemon juice 1 ounce simple syrup Club soda Maraschino cherries Directions Pour the Gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a tall glass with a handful of ice. Fill the remainder of the glass with club soda. Mix all of the ingredients