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Bar La Florida Cocktails: 1935 Reprint - Book Cover

Bar La Florida Cocktails 1935 Reprint

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La Florida Bar, also known as the "Floridita", invented the Daiquiri. And even if they didn't as some may claim that in fact it was American mining engineers drinking at the Venus bar in Santiago that invented it, La Florida Bar made it famous, with a little help from papa.
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La Florida Bar, also known as the "Floridita", invented the Daiquiri. And even if they didn't as some may claim that in fact it was American mining engineers drinking at the Venus bar in Santiago that invented it, La Florida Bar made it famous, with a little help from papa...

Ernest "Papa" Hemingway, would meet friends like Spencer Tracy or Gary Copper, and order a round of his drink the "Papa Doble", a Daiquiri mixture over a single serving of shaved ice.

This book was also the start on many misprints. The Daiquiri recipe calls for a Lemon Verde, translated literally means a "green lemon" which back then was a badly translated lime.

And when they asked for maraschino, it is maraschino liqueur they want, which is not a splash of neon red goop from the cherry jar no matter what the clerk wants to sell you.

Featuring many cocktails with measurements, it also covers more obscure drinks like absinthe drop, mojito, zazerac, Mary Pickford, Peggy Niles, and pisco punch.

Paperback - 67 pages

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Description La Florida Bar, also known as the "Floridita", invented the Daiquiri. And even if they didn't as some may claim that in fact it was American mining engineers drinking at the Venus bar in Santiago that invented it, La Florida Bar made it famous, with a little help from papa...

Ernest "Papa" Hemingway, would meet friends like Spencer Tracy or Gary Copper, and order a round of his drink the "Papa Doble", a Daiquiri mixture over a single serving of shaved ice.

This book was also the start on many misprints. The Daiquiri recipe calls for a Lemon Verde, translated literally means a "green lemon" which back then was a badly translated lime.

And when they asked for maraschino, it is maraschino liqueur they want, which is not a splash of neon red goop from the cherry jar no matter what the clerk wants to sell you.

Featuring many cocktails with measurements, it also covers more obscure drinks like absinthe drop, mojito, zazerac, Mary Pickford, Peggy Niles, and pisco punch.

Paperback - 67 pages
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