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Sazerac. Some essential questions.


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Grain Belt
I'm a literature professor.

If you read 19th century lit, both American and European, the hard liquor of choice was nearly always brandy.

Even ol' Jack London's books? I seem to recall whiskey in some of them. I'll have to look back at them.
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Restaurant man
Jack may have written about whisky but he drank vodka martinis.

The big sally :lol:

but seriously this drink is becoming more popular of late. we are serving about 10 a week lately

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Trey Manthey
Just curious, but why Peychaud's over something else like Angostura?
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Trey Manthey
The big sally :lol:

but seriously this drink is becoming more popular of late. we are serving about 10 a week lately

There are about 10 a week served in my house as well!

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  • 2 weeks later...

I served myself 2 just yesterday :)The best part is that I get free, fresh lemons from my sister in-law's tree, my lemon twists have never been better! :cool:

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