Sam’s Red Dot

Shake the contents over ice and pour with the two raspberries waiting anxiously at the bottom of your glass. The ruby color and the sweet taste make it a great dessert drink. For an additional kick, add 1 ounce of Bailey’s. For even more of a kick, set the lighting low, dress your cat up in jewelry and pretend you’re at a swanky ball. Dance around the room and say things like “Oh you mad boy!” and “Let’s all do the Lindy!”

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Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary (Part 2)

Parisian bartender Ferdinand Petiot is generally credited with inventing the Bloody Mary while working at a Parisian bar called Harry’s New York Bar. The bar itself was originally a bistro purchased by an American jockey named Tod Sloan. Sloan was partnered with a New Yorker who closed his own bar in Manhattan and had it shipped to Paris.

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