Thanks to the creation of the wine cocktail, oenophiles are not ostracized from the world of mixology.
Born in Dublin, James Joyce naturally gravitated toward hometown whiskey brand Jameson and immortalized its creator, John Jameson, in Finneg
“Never follow good whiskey with water, unless you’re out of good whiskey,” Will Rogers once quipped as he sauntered into the Polo Lounge
The indelible image of Humphrey Bogart is of him hunkered over a scotch, as he was in Casablanca and Key Largo.
Pablo Picasso captured his enormous appetite for life on canvas.
More so than nature or nurture, tequila may be responsible for Bing Crosby’s voice.
Ernest Hemingway, who seems to be immortalized everywhere he set foot, was well-acquainted with rum during his years in Cuba from 1940 to 19
Alone in her Manhattan lair, Greta Garbo would enjoy her solitude with a shot or two of bone-dry aquavit.
The Cary Grant cocktail at New York’s “21” Club is the epitome of charm: four parts suave vodka, one part fino sherry, and a squeeze of lime