The Silver Screen is brimming with cocktail references. AP writer Michelle Locke recently interviewed me about the some of the most interesting stories behind on-screen cocktails, including the Blood and Sand. Read the full article for a boozy trip in the way-back machine, or click for the recipe.
For me, there’s no cocktail era more romantic than the Roaring Twenties. Since reading F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby as a teenager, I have been hopelessly hooked on jazz music, cocktails, and New York City. That trifecta of passions has only deepened over the years. This year, my cocktail glass literally runneth over. Read More →
The 1934 film, The Thin Man, is known as one of the best chronicles of classic cocktail culture. The movie, based on a novel of the same name by Dashiell Hammett, finds a detective (Nick) and his heiress wife (Nora) try to solve a murder mystery on a path lined with plenty of cocktails.