'An insidious pleasantry from that charming hot-bed of intrigue and culture which is the pulse of the great delta country-New Orleans'
Stir serve and serve up.
Ok, it's easy to get red maraschino cherries, and I remember seeing green around Xmas (at least in my childhood) but I nor anyone at the bar can remember ever seeing a white one.
Apparently this drink is a true hazard to keeping a 'consistent maidenhood' so ladies beware!
|Created by||Baker got this New Orleans drink recipe from an Episcopal Bishop of Washington, who wrote books about pirates. To my best guess this would have been James E. Freeman (DC's Bishop 1923-1943)|
|Reference||The Gentleman's Companion, vol. 2 by Charles H. Baker, Jr (1939)|
|Posted by||rwilde on 02/29/2012|