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he Traveling Mixologists will give credits to one of the most important European barbooks, The Savoy Cocktail Book. Written by legendary barman Harry Craddock and first published in 1930, this book made Europe the epicenter of cocktail culture in the 30`s and gave important influence for future generations of bartenders all around the globe. During the evening they will bring back long forgotten concoctions and a few ones altered to be suitable for the 21st century.

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COCKTAILS

SAZERAC Rye Whiskey COCKTAIL. or Aged Tequila Simple Syrup Peychaud’s Bitters Absinthe Rinsed Eiskugel Lemon Twist Cognac is the original basis for the Sazerac. All right, then Cognac or Whiskey. Using both is a cheat on history. Straight Rye or Straight Bourbon would be the choices for Whiskey. CREOLE Rye Whiskey CHRYSANTHEMUM Vermouth Antica Formula COCKTAIL. Benedictine (Interpretation) Peychaud’s Bitters Absinthe Soaked Eiskugel Lemon Zest This is where the Creole Cocktail and the Chrysanthemum Cocktail meet. Egg White Rye Whiskey Port Wine Lemon Juice Sugar ELK’S OWN COCKTAIL.

WEDDING Dry Gin BELLE Dubonnet COCKTAIL.* Cherry Brandy Fresh Orange Juice *This one is for Bastian, who asked Nina to marry him. The answer is »Yes«!

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COCKTAILS

TOM COLLINS.

Lemon Juice, Sugar Old Tom Gin Soda Water Symple Syrup Maraschino Lemon Juice Santa Cruz Rum Champagne Old Tom Gin Maraschino Lemon Juice Orange Bitters Lime Juice Chartreuse Verte Dry Gin Maraschino Brandy, Curaçao Maraschino Vanilla Ice Cream Champagne Fruits Dry Gin Benedictine Lemon Juice Bitters Cherry Brandy Soda Water

SANTA CRUZ RUM DAISY.

CASINO COCKTAIL.

SPRING FEELING COCKTAIL. (Interpretation)

SOYER-AUCHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL.

STRAITS SLING. The Real Singapore Sling.

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Lemon / Lime Juice NEW ORLEANS Sugar GIN FIZZ Egg White a.k.a. Dry Gin THE RAMOS Orange Flower Water GIN FIZZ. Sweet Cream Soda Water The idea of bringing egg white, lemon and cream to form a foamy Juniper-Meringue topped with fleurs d’orange was far to gelataria-styled for a Negroni-on-the-Rocks drinker. For the GinTastic night on 1st February 2007, Jörg proposed the Ramos as elementary. This precedent had consequences in the foundation of »The Traveling Mixologists« and established the »Ramos Gin Fizz« as our first signature drink. Dark Spirit of Choice Simple Syrup Aromatic Bitters Orange Peel Lemon Juice Sugar Egg White Grenadine Sloe Gin Soda Water Aromatic Bitters Orange Bitters Crème de Cacao Maraschino Dry French Vermouth OLD FASHIONED COCKTAIL.

RUBY FIZZ.

TROPICAL COCKTAIL.

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COCKTAILS

PEGU CLUB COCKTAIL. (Interpretation)

Peychaud’s Bitters Lime Juice Curaçao Dry Gin Why Peychaud’s, when the original drink asks for Angostura and Orange Bitters? After being disappointed with some sort of bittered Gin based Side Car, the experiments resulted in a bar spoon full of Peychaud’s Bitters. Result was a completely different drink with almost the same ingredients on other proportions. Irish Whisky Vermouth Antica Formula Lemon Juice Aquavit Aromatic Bitters Lemon Juice Sugar Dry Gin Maraschino Orange Juice Sweet Cream Calvados Dubonnet Rye Whiskey Dubonnet Aromatic Bitters Curaçao Lemon & Orange Peel

JOHN WOOD COCKTAIL.

GRAND ROYAL FIZZ.

BENTLEY COCKTAIL. DANDY COCKTAIL.

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Absinthe Grenadine Orange Juice Dry Gin Orange Juice Scotch Whisky Cherry Brandy Vermouth Antica Formula Rye Whiskey Egg White Sweetened Lemon Juice Absinthe * So called because it will either cure Rattlesnake bite, or kill Rattlesnakes, or make you see them. PORT WINE COCKTAIL. (No. 2.) Aromatic & Orange Bitters Curaçao, Port Wine RHINE WINE PUNCH. Sugar, Sparkling Mineral Water Rhine Wine, Brandy, Maraschino, Tea

MONKEY GLAND COCKTAIL.

BLOOD AND SAND COCKTAIL.

RATTLESNAKE COCKTAIL.*

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