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Created in 1937 by a bartender at New York's famous 21 Club. The producers of Benedictine also make a pre-mixed B&B, which is really good, but if you have a favorite brandy you will find a made-from-scratch B&B a far better option. Read More »

Mud Slide

The Mudslide is a very popular cocktail that is much like the Black Russian. It uses vodka, coffee liqueur (most often Kahlua) and an Irish cream liqueur (Bailey's is most common). Read More »


Created at Tujague's, the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans, which was opened in 1856 by Guillaume Tujague. Some time before he died in 1912, Guillaume sold the restaurant to Philibert Guichet, who won second prize in a prestigious New York cocktail competition for this drink. Read More »


One could make the connection between The Godfather movies and this drink which uses the sweet Italian liqueur, amaretto, and the robust, hard flavors of a smooth Scotch. Appropriately, the Godmother is a little softer with vodka. This one is a slightly more complex Scotch on the rocks but it doesn't ruin or overpower the whisky. Read More »

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