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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Its called Santa Cruz 75 and its pretty nice

While I am on some weird champagne kick I found out about a drink called

Santa Cruz 75

Santa Cruz 75 (a delightfully crisp cocktail of champagne, elderflower syrup and lemon),

So what other places have a drink named after them...let's forgo the Manhattans and the Arnold Palmer and see what we find ( Side Note Thank youWikipedia and Please give !  


Blenheim Ginger Ale is a ginger ale bottled by Blenheim Bottlers in HamerDillon CountySouth Carolina. It was originally bottled in BlenheimMarlboro CountySouth Carolina. It was created by a local doctor in 1903 by mixing Jamaica ginger with the local mineral waters, chosen because the flavor of the mineral waters was so strong.
The spring which is the source of the water for the ginger ale was discovered by a patriot by the name of Spencer who was running from British and American Loyalist troops during the American Revolutionary War. His shoe became stuck in the mud of the natural spring; he left it and kept running. Upon his return, he picked his shoe up and noticed the amount of water in the depression his shoe left. He tasted the water and realized its strong mineral content, which now adds to the distinctive flavor of Blenheim Ginger Ale.
Blenheim is owned by the Schafer family, who also own the world-famous South of the Border roadside attraction.
It is sold in 12 ounce bottles.'

A Cape Cod is made with vodka and cranberry juice, and may be garnished with a lime wedge. Proportions vary, with sources giving a recommended vodka-to-juice ratio of 1/4,[1][2] 1/3.7,[3] 1/2[4][5] and 1/1.5,[6] while other sources don't recommend precise proportions.[7][8][9] Some sources recommend lime juice instead of a lime wedge garnish.[4]

Hey let's go to Panama 
Panama
Cognac, white crème de cacao, and cream; garnish with nutmeg if desired. The drink was popular during the early 20th century.[citation needed] It is sometimes confused with the "Brandy Alexander", which is made with dark instead of white crème de cacao.



Missouri Mule
TypeCocktail
Primary alcohol by volume
ServedStraight up; without ice
Standard drinkware
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Cocktail glass
Commonly used ingredients
PreparationShake ingredients together with ice, and strain into a cocktail glass.
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