No Name Drinks is an ever-updating collection of ideas and recipes I created over the years, some of them I already made, and some of them I didn’t have time to get to.
Niagara Sazerac is based on the classic and one of the oldest cocktails, Sazerac. Initially, the original one was made with brandy; somewhere around the 1870s, the predominant liquor of choice became whiskey. For another variation on Sazerac, check Deconstructed Sazerac. 1 oz. …
VIEW CARRE was first created in 1938 by Walter Bergeron, the head bartender at the Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans. It was named after the French Quarter in New Orleans – Vieux Carré.
Sidecar was created in France in the early 1920s. Harry’s Bar in Paris is credited with inventing the cocktail for a patron who often rode in the motorcycle’s sidecar. Feature Image: “