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Bottom’s Up!
The birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up girls in
cocktail books
Solomon Siegel Shawn Soole
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Bottoms Up
• Published in 1951
• Written by Ted Saucier
• First printing of; The Dry
Shake, Vodkatini, The Last
Word & Hot...
Who was Ted Saucier
• Born 1894 in Kamloops BC, Canada to Jean-
Ernest Saucier and Antoinette Lamontagne
• Moved to Montre...
NOVEMBER 11, 1932
Ted Saucier has
the neatest cropped
mustache in town.
DECEMBER 24, 1933
Ted Saucier is
among those who
w...
MAN ABOUT TOWN
by Walter Winchell
APRIL 9, 1935
Ted Saucier of the Waldorf has
tossed off 47 pounds, and can now
walk thro...
From The Upper West
Side to Park Avenue
Published: October 17, 1970
Copyright © The New York Times
Obituary
• Died in NY at
74
• More
remember at
the time for
His...
Buried in
Montreal
at Norte-
Dame-Des-
Neiges
next to
his
father’s
grave
Other Books By Ted
Saucier
• Gore and Glory 1944 By William Crawford Jr. as
told day Ted Saucier
• Norway Sardine Cookbook
Sardine Stuffed Tomato
Originated by Ted Saucier
• 8 Norway Sardines
• 1 tomato
• 1 small cucumber
• 6 lettuce leaves
• 1 ...
Weekend at
the
Waldorf
1945 MGM
Ted Saucier Credit
Technical advisor
Week-End at the
Waldorf
• Recalling the pleasant months spent by
the author on the MGM lot during the
filming of “Week End ...
October
1951
First printing
3rd Printing August
1952
• Revised 9 months after first
printing
• Now “ With Illustrations by
Eleven of America’s Most
Dis...
New and Revised Edition
September 1962
• New Cover with Title
• Add 23 Cocktail Appetizers
• Illustration drinks are remov...
Bloody Mary á La Milo
• By Milo J. Sutliff, Publisher, Greystone Press, New York City
• 2 oz. tomato juice
• 1 oz. clam ju...
Making Drinks
A Contemporary Bartender’s Guide
• Published in 1976
• Abridged with No pictures
• Index tabs
• From 288 pag...
Martino Publishing
• 2011
• Facsimile of the first edition
• Black & White
National Toasts
• Originally 38 then 67
• Americans Say “Bottoms Up,
Here’s to your health, Here’s
How, & Happy Days”
• Ca...
Tippling Tips
• Put fruit juice in with the sugar (or honey) first
• Warning about ice absorbing odours
• Warning about ove...
Preamble
• Glossary of
Drinks
• Correct
glassware
• Claude C.
Phillipe Wining
and Dining &
Vintage chart
Quotes
• One for every letter of the alphabet
• D - “If all be true that I do think;
There are five reasons we should
drink...
Juleps
• 15 Juleps
• Plus a Vodka Mint Julep in
the review
• Recipes from Antoine’s,
Arnaud’s, Kolb’s, Old
Absinthe House,...
Drinks by Ted
Saucier
Bloody Bloody Mary
• 1 1/2 oz . Vodka
• 3 oz. tomato juice
• 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
• Juice 1/2 lemon
• Salt, p...
California Wine Cup
• This is a delightful summer drink to serve during dinner or to order when you are
whiling away an ev...
Coffee Superba
(after-dinner coffee)
• After you have dined well there is nothing more delightful
• 1 large cup black coff...
Rainbow
(after-dinner cooler)
• This is a delicious after dinner-drink. The glass will become frosted
almost instantaneous...
Stop and Go
(after-dinner Drink)
• 1/2 jigger cognac
• 1 jigger kirshcwasser
• 1 oz grenadine
• 1 jigger shaved ice
• gree...
The Art Work
James Montgomery
Flagg 1877-1966
American Beauty
James Montgomery
Flagg 1877-1966
James Montgomery
Flagg 1877-1966
James Montgomery
Flagg 1877-1966
James Montgomery
Flagg 1877-1966
Albert Dorne 

1906 -1965
Bottoms Up
Albert Dorne 

1906 -1965
Albert Dorne 

1906 -1965
Albert Dorne 

1906 -1965
Albert Dorne 

1906 -1965
Arthur William
Brown 1881-1966
Brownie
Arthur William
Brown 1881-1966
Arthur William
Brown 1881-1966
Arthur William
Brown 1881-1966
Arthur William
Brown 1881-1966
Russell Patterson
1893-1977
Green Eyes
Russell Patterson
1893-1977
Russell Patterson
1893-1977
Russell Patterson
1893-1977
Russell Patterson
1893-1977
Mini Illustrations
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
Red Head
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
Bachelor Girl
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
bradshaw
Crandell
1896-1966
Phil
Dormont
Reverie
Phil
Dormont
Phil
Dormont
Phil
Dormont
Phil
Dormont
Last word
And how Murray
Stenson recovered a
forgotten classic
Troupe Parisian Trapeze Ac=
robats -Feature Bill at
Vaudeville House
Oakland Orpheum Will Present
of New Features in
Vaude...
Detroit Athletic Club
Hotel
Georgia
Cocktail
& the dry shake
Hotel Georgia
Hotel Georgia
Courtesy, Hotel Georgia,Vancouver
• 2 parts gin
• 1 part orgeat sirup
• 1/2 par lemon juice
• 10 drops orang...
Contemporary Version
60ml London Dry Gin
30ml Lemon Juice
20ml Orgeat Syrup
5 dashes orange blossom water
Egg White
Garnis...
Hotel Georgia aka Taft’s
Crowd Pleaser
Other Sightings of the Hotel
Georgia Cocktail
Cocktails from
Surprising Places
• Hotel Saskatchewan - Regina, Canada
• Chateau Frontenac Special - Quebec, Canada
• Roya...
habitant Cocktail
By Larry Denis, Head Bartender,
Seigniory Club, The Log Chateau, Quebec
• This is a winter favorite.
• 2...
Celebrity cocktails
Broadway Thirst
• By Harry Craddock, American
Bar, The Dorchester, London
• 1/2 tequila
• 1/4 orange juice
• 1/4 lemon jui...
The
Vodkatini
Jerome Zerbe, the
birth of “-tinis”
Ages of the Vodka Martini
Vodka Perfect Cocktail - Along the Wine Trail 1934
Vodka Martini & Kangaroo Kicker - Stork Club ...
Vodkatini
By Jerome Zerbe, Photographer, and
society Editor of Town and Country
• 4/5 jigger Smirnoff Vodka
• 1/5 jigger d...
Birth of the "Tini"
Thank you
Moderator
Solomon Siegel of Pagliacci’s Victoria, BC -
Panelists
Shawn Soole of S/Squared Hospitality Concepts
R...
Social Media!
http://www.slideshare.net/solomonsiegel
#TOTC2016
#BOTTOMSUP
@TOTC
@solomonsiegel
@LiquidRev
@CocktailKingdo...
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up
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An overview of Ted Saucier and his Cocktail Book, 'Bottoms Up' from 1951, as presented at Tales of the Cocktail 2016 in New Orleans.

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Bottom’s up! the birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up

  1. 1. Bottom’s Up! The birth of the dry shake, last word & pin up girls in cocktail books
  2. 2. Solomon Siegel Shawn Soole Robyn Gray Greg Boehm
  3. 3. Social Media! facebook.com/ bottomsup1951/ @TalesoftheCocktail #TOTC2016 #BOTTOMSUP @TOTC @solomonsiegel @LiquidRev @CocktailKingdom @robynagray http://www.slideshare.net/solomonsiegel
  4. 4. Bottoms Up • Published in 1951 • Written by Ted Saucier • First printing of; The Dry Shake, Vodkatini, The Last Word & Hotel Georgia Cocktail • First time a cocktail book has pinups.
  5. 5. Who was Ted Saucier • Born 1894 in Kamloops BC, Canada to Jean- Ernest Saucier and Antoinette Lamontagne • Moved to Montreal at 17 in 1911, Father Died in 1914 • Daughter Marguerite (Hayden) Derr Moser • Moved to Manhattan at 24 in 1918 • Re married to Ruth Gertrude Crawford at 41 in 1935 • Naturalized at 47 in 1941 • Died October 1970 in New York at 74 or 76?
  6. 6. NOVEMBER 11, 1932 Ted Saucier has the neatest cropped mustache in town. DECEMBER 24, 1933 Ted Saucier is among those who went on the wagon with repeal. MAY 17, 1935 Ted Saucier of all people is becoming a thin man. JULY 3, 1936 Ted Saucier throws more parties than a champ wrestler. DECEMBER 2, 1932 Ted Saucier is the buckitty-buckittiest press agent. NOVEMBER 25, 1933 Such cartorial effects Ted Saucier achieves. Today he ducked out in a golden brown great coat with a blood red carnation.
  7. 7. MAN ABOUT TOWN by Walter Winchell APRIL 9, 1935 Ted Saucier of the Waldorf has tossed off 47 pounds, and can now walk through the Washington Arch without skinning his elbows. THIS NEW YORK by Lucius Beebe JULY 14, 1935 Ted Saucier, publicity man de luxe, is a former basketball player and the town’s formost fan of the game. NEW YORK DAY BY DAY by Charles B. Driscoll MARCH 11, 1938 Ted Saucier, with round face seriousness and retreating hair-line, made hockey what it is in Manhattan. A WOMAN’S NEW YORK by Alice Hughes MARCH 5, 1948 Ted Saucier, the Waldorf’s public relations chief, gave me a false beard to wear when we peeked into the Men’s Bar where dames are no allowed. MY NEW YORK by Mel Heimer DECEMBER 3, 1951 Ted Saucier is a portly, mustachioed, suave man who for more than 20 years handled the public relations of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. During that time he became the confidante of kings, queens, saxophone players and cowboy movie stars, and final- ly, when Conrad Hilton bought the Waldorf and Saucier left to set up his own business, he had become the man in New York who knew more celebrities than anyone else. MAN ABOUT MANHATTAN by George Tucker MAY 7, 1936 We do not know any ornithologists but if you want information on ducks, Ted Saucier of the Waldorf knows all the answers. MAY 7, 1936 Ted Saucier’s favorite dish is swordfish steak. MY NEW YORK by James Aswell JUNE 4, 1936 Sorry to have been out of town and missed Ted Saucier’s wedding reception. Probably a medley of big names present, for he knows them all.
  8. 8. From The Upper West Side to Park Avenue
  9. 9. Published: October 17, 1970 Copyright © The New York Times Obituary • Died in NY at 74 • More remember at the time for His book “Gore and Glory” and his movie credit for MGM’s “Weekend at the Waldorf ”
  10. 10. Buried in Montreal at Norte- Dame-Des- Neiges next to his father’s grave
  11. 11. Other Books By Ted Saucier • Gore and Glory 1944 By William Crawford Jr. as told day Ted Saucier • Norway Sardine Cookbook
  12. 12. Sardine Stuffed Tomato Originated by Ted Saucier • 8 Norway Sardines • 1 tomato • 1 small cucumber • 6 lettuce leaves • 1 tablespoon mayonnaise • Sprig of parsley
  13. 13. Weekend at the Waldorf 1945 MGM Ted Saucier Credit Technical advisor
  14. 14. Week-End at the Waldorf • Recalling the pleasant months spent by the author on the MGM lot during the filming of “Week End a the Waldorf) • 1 jigger Carioca rum • Juice 1/2 lime • 1 barspoon curaçao • 1 barspoon strawberry sirup or cordial • Ice • Mix in electric mixer. Serve frappéed in cocktail glass
  15. 15. October 1951 First printing
  16. 16. 3rd Printing August 1952 • Revised 9 months after first printing • Now “ With Illustrations by Eleven of America’s Most Distinguished Artists” • Removed Robert Bushnell, “Tiger Lily” Illustration and Cocktail • Replaced with 2nd Bradshaw Crandall Illustration and Cocktail, “Bachelor Girl” Tiger Lily
  17. 17. New and Revised Edition September 1962 • New Cover with Title • Add 23 Cocktail Appetizers • Illustration drinks are removed from the backs of the illustration pages. • Dropped some of the Brand Names & Added some • Dropped about 18 cocktail • Add about 80 cocktails • Half the new Cocktail were with Vodka (2 with Tequila)
  18. 18. Bloody Mary á La Milo • By Milo J. Sutliff, Publisher, Greystone Press, New York City • 2 oz. tomato juice • 1 oz. clam juice • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce • 2 oz vodka • Juice 1/2 lemon • Cracked Ice • Stir tomato juice and clam juice together, and add Worcestershire. Pour this mixture over on inch of cracked ice in a blender or mixer. Add Vodka. Turn switch and agitate for 10 seconds. Serve in 3-oz. glass. (This makes 2 cocktails.)
  19. 19. Making Drinks A Contemporary Bartender’s Guide • Published in 1976 • Abridged with No pictures • Index tabs • From 288 page to 98 • Crown Publishing, New York
  20. 20. Martino Publishing • 2011 • Facsimile of the first edition • Black & White
  21. 21. National Toasts • Originally 38 then 67 • Americans Say “Bottoms Up, Here’s to your health, Here’s How, & Happy Days” • Canadians Say “Happy Days” • Evoe! - Cry of the Bacchanals (cry of exhilaration at the feast of Bacchus, the pagan god of wine, drink and merrymaking)
  22. 22. Tippling Tips • Put fruit juice in with the sugar (or honey) first • Warning about ice absorbing odours • Warning about over dilution • Pre-chill glasses • Simple Sirup 2 quarts of water to 8 pounds of sugar for 1 gallon • Note on bitters, don’t sub fruit bitters for aromatic
  23. 23. Preamble • Glossary of Drinks • Correct glassware • Claude C. Phillipe Wining and Dining & Vintage chart
  24. 24. Quotes • One for every letter of the alphabet • D - “If all be true that I do think; There are five reasons we should drink; Good Wine - a friend - or being dry - Or lest we should be by and by - Or any other reason why.” John Sirmond
  25. 25. Juleps • 15 Juleps • Plus a Vodka Mint Julep in the review • Recipes from Antoine’s, Arnaud’s, Kolb’s, Old Absinthe House, The Patio Royal, The Roosevelt & St. Regis in NOLA
  26. 26. Drinks by Ted Saucier
  27. 27. Bloody Bloody Mary • 1 1/2 oz . Vodka • 3 oz. tomato juice • 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce • Juice 1/2 lemon • Salt, pepper • 1/4 teaspoon sugar • Dash Celery salt • Cracked ice • Shake vigorously an deserve in old-fashioned glass over a lump of ice. Decorate with sprig of fresh mint.
  28. 28. California Wine Cup • This is a delightful summer drink to serve during dinner or to order when you are whiling away an evening at your favourite night club • 1 bottle California sauterne • 2 oz California brandy • 2 oz Cointreau of Grand Marnier • 3 teaspoons powdered sugar • 1 pint charged water • Place several large pieces of cracked ice in a large glass pitcher. Pour ingredients over ice. Decorate with a few slices of lemon and orange, and other fruit in season, such as fresh strawberries cit in two, or sliced fresh peaches. Also add spin of fresh mint over which a teaspoonful of powdered sugar has been sprayed. Muddle lightly with long bar spoon and serve in wine goblets.
  29. 29. Coffee Superba (after-dinner coffee) • After you have dined well there is nothing more delightful • 1 large cup black coffee, very hot • 1 pony fine cognac • 1 lump sugar • Twist lemon peel • Twist orange peel • Pour coffee over sugar and add cognac. Drop lemon and orange peel into coffee after twisting.
  30. 30. Rainbow (after-dinner cooler) • This is a delicious after dinner-drink. The glass will become frosted almost instantaneously and the effects will be that of a beautiful rain bow. • 1 pony Bols Blue cuaraço • 1 pony yellow chartreuse • 1 pony strawberry cordial • Finely shaved ice • Fill 1/ 2of 10-oz highball glass with ice. Pack firmly. Pour curio over it. Over curaçao pack another 1/3 glass of ice, and pour chartreuse. Fill remainder of glass with ice, and pour the cordial over it. Serve with 2 straws.
  31. 31. Stop and Go (after-dinner Drink) • 1/2 jigger cognac • 1 jigger kirshcwasser • 1 oz grenadine • 1 jigger shaved ice • green mint liquor • maraschino cherry • Fill hollow stem of champagne glass with green mint, place cherry at the opening of stem so min does not run out. Put ingredients into electric mixer. Pour ice an all into champagne glass before ice has entirely melted.
  32. 32. The Art Work
  33. 33. James Montgomery Flagg 1877-1966 American Beauty
  34. 34. James Montgomery Flagg 1877-1966
  35. 35. James Montgomery Flagg 1877-1966
  36. 36. James Montgomery Flagg 1877-1966
  37. 37. James Montgomery Flagg 1877-1966
  38. 38. Albert Dorne 
 1906 -1965 Bottoms Up
  39. 39. Albert Dorne 
 1906 -1965
  40. 40. Albert Dorne 
 1906 -1965
  41. 41. Albert Dorne 
 1906 -1965
  42. 42. Albert Dorne 
 1906 -1965
  43. 43. Arthur William Brown 1881-1966 Brownie
  44. 44. Arthur William Brown 1881-1966
  45. 45. Arthur William Brown 1881-1966
  46. 46. Arthur William Brown 1881-1966
  47. 47. Arthur William Brown 1881-1966
  48. 48. Russell Patterson 1893-1977 Green Eyes
  49. 49. Russell Patterson 1893-1977
  50. 50. Russell Patterson 1893-1977
  51. 51. Russell Patterson 1893-1977
  52. 52. Russell Patterson 1893-1977
  53. 53. Mini Illustrations
  54. 54. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966 Red Head
  55. 55. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966
  56. 56. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966
  57. 57. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966
  58. 58. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966
  59. 59. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966 Bachelor Girl
  60. 60. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966
  61. 61. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966
  62. 62. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966
  63. 63. bradshaw Crandell 1896-1966
  64. 64. Phil Dormont Reverie
  65. 65. Phil Dormont
  66. 66. Phil Dormont
  67. 67. Phil Dormont
  68. 68. Phil Dormont
  69. 69. Last word And how Murray Stenson recovered a forgotten classic
  70. 70. Troupe Parisian Trapeze Ac= robats -Feature Bill at Vaudeville House Oakland Orpheum Will Present of New Features in Vaudeville OAKLAND,ilay 1; -—A'".number .of new,, arid, novel, acts .will igr^ef tjie Idora ' pari: pa tvons/ Sun day. Among, the fea- tures of.the pro;, gram will be the initisir '.perform- ance of the Bick- ett ,fami 1 y , a troupe .of trapez; acrobats. The La Nobles, u25a0 who = have been making = hit during th 0 week with their laughable- ;ladder John J. Perfetto hearing mping. of ake ' Mer- progress; n special bids for, oat con- ed by E. Brothers, nd by;G. who rept commis- the", boat that to e wagon sh park to.make eve the , would• ere re- tons" of aily, the e price :- Curtis, o Make eve OAKLAND.May at 3 o'clock in the ising to take his the xevening Clato alleged to have l teeth when she pr testimony given Ter'Bush In her ac blow knocked her caused her face to Ter'Bush habitu nights and sometim at all. and these were the subject ous discussions, told her that busi or that he had be and that a woman jected to her hus time. This alleged tal of names, and .T thets to "her at lea said.. Finding him with other womon for.her, for she te u25a0• . 'u25a0u25a0 ' . - Mrs. Ter'Bush Many Cr y Her H :OAKLAND;May.1. Immense business is expected at the Oak- land Orpheum jthe •week :commencing Sunday afternoon; when ', a• completely new! .vaudeville show is tolbe pre- sented 'there; the program being, with one* exception, the same; as that given at ;the opening- of the San Francisco Orpheum. .Frank Fogarty, the . famous Dublin minstrel, heads the list of newcomers,-*-, which includes Paul Sandor's wonder- fulminiature Cirque, Introducing about 20 trained dogs; Arcadia, a- beautiful girl violinist and singer; Knight broth- ers and; Marian Sawtelle, dancing and impersonations, act, will be seen in; a -change ; of pin, and the, clowns will present new stunts, -one of which Is }entitled- the "Blue and the Gray,? ' with flfe and drum accompaniment. , The " Will;Commence Active Work in First Presbyterian Church With Sermon Today "'OAKLAND, May- I.—Re.y. ,Frank IK Goodspeed, who :has accepted -a call: to the pulpit of the First Presbyterian 1 church; will commence his active pas- torate tomorrow at the 11 o'clock serv- ices. The; new, pastor filled the' pulpit for several; months following the res- ignation -of Rev. Ernest E.Baker.u25a0 ' u25a0-•u25a0u25a0/ : ''u25a0"u25a0 .:, -:, * 'u25a0:*'u25a0u25a0' *,-.:•u25a0:u25a0. "What*ISaw in Turkey".willbe" trie theme of an evening, sermon, by Rev. Charles R. Brown"at'the First Congre- gational church tomorrow. ; Dr." Brown spent some time at Constantinople nine years ago;and'6nce -froma .favored po- sition" saw the ideposed -sultan Abdul Hamid driven from his palace to his private" mosque fo*r worship. T -"^; :Non-Catholics will have an opportu- nityr of. hearing; an exposition of the tenets of the Roman Catholic faith at St. jMary's church during the :week of May u25a0u25a0 2. :Rev/"Clement AL.'Thuente," O. P., member of the "Dominican order .of New York city, will deliver, a series of OR RACT :^Jiß(Jl^O:^^^ ORDERING ON THE BAY OF SAN FRANCI CLEVER PROGRAM ATIDORA PARK REV.F.I.GOODSPEED BEGINS PASTORATE FREFRO WHO A DUBLINMINSTREL AT HEAD OFPROGRAM Frank Fograxty Last Word • Courtesy, Detroit Athletic Club, Detroit • “This cocktail was introduced was introduced around here about thirty years ago Frank Fogarty, who was very well known in vaudeville. He was called the ‘Dublin Minstrel,’ and was a very fine monologue artist • 1/4 each Dry gin, maraschino. chartreuse, lime juice • Ice, serve in cocktail glass.
  71. 71. Detroit Athletic Club
  72. 72. Hotel Georgia Cocktail & the dry shake
  73. 73. Hotel Georgia
  74. 74. Hotel Georgia Courtesy, Hotel Georgia,Vancouver • 2 parts gin • 1 part orgeat sirup • 1/2 par lemon juice • 10 drops orange flower water • 1 egg white (or whole egg, if preferred) • Shake well before adding ice. This gives a nice “top.” Then add ice to chill, and serve in cocktail glass
  75. 75. Contemporary Version 60ml London Dry Gin 30ml Lemon Juice 20ml Orgeat Syrup 5 dashes orange blossom water Egg White Garnish: Nutmeg
  76. 76. Hotel Georgia aka Taft’s Crowd Pleaser
  77. 77. Other Sightings of the Hotel Georgia Cocktail
  78. 78. Cocktails from Surprising Places • Hotel Saskatchewan - Regina, Canada • Chateau Frontenac Special - Quebec, Canada • Royal York Special - Toronto, Canada • Prince Ferdinand - Arnaud’s Restaurant
  79. 79. habitant Cocktail By Larry Denis, Head Bartender, Seigniory Club, The Log Chateau, Quebec • This is a winter favorite. • 2 or 3 parts rye whisky • 1 part fresh lemon juice • 1 part maple sirup • Dash Bitters • Ice • Shake. Serve in cocktail glass.
  80. 80. Celebrity cocktails
  81. 81. Broadway Thirst • By Harry Craddock, American Bar, The Dorchester, London • 1/2 tequila • 1/4 orange juice • 1/4 lemon juice • 1 teaspoon sirup • Ice • Shake, strain and serve in cocktail glass
  82. 82. The Vodkatini Jerome Zerbe, the birth of “-tinis”
  83. 83. Ages of the Vodka Martini Vodka Perfect Cocktail - Along the Wine Trail 1934 Vodka Martini & Kangaroo Kicker - Stork Club 1946 St. Louis Post-Dispatch VODKA-tini 1946 Vodkatini - Bottoms Up 1952 Kangaroo - Esquire 1956 Vodkatini - Smirnoff Pamphlet 1936
  84. 84. Vodkatini By Jerome Zerbe, Photographer, and society Editor of Town and Country • 4/5 jigger Smirnoff Vodka • 1/5 jigger dry vermouth • Ice • Stir in mixer. Strain into cocktail glass, and add twist of lemon peel.
  85. 85. Birth of the "Tini"
  86. 86. Thank you Moderator Solomon Siegel of Pagliacci’s Victoria, BC - Panelists Shawn Soole of S/Squared Hospitality Concepts Robyn Gray of Prohibition at the Hotel Georgia Vancouver BC Greg Boehm of Cocktail Kingdom Please exit promptly so that the next seminar can be set up Presenter will be available to answer question at the Carousal Bar Lounge Stage
  87. 87. Social Media! http://www.slideshare.net/solomonsiegel #TOTC2016 #BOTTOMSUP @TOTC @solomonsiegel @LiquidRev @CocktailKingdom @robynagray facebook.com/ bottomsup1951/ @TalesoftheCocktail

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