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In the Old Days --- Ah!
to an establishments reputation. I came across this article that reminded me of a few places and the drinks I used to enjoy there.
Top 10 Bar Drinks
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They're wrong about the martini surely. It should be gin and vermouth, no vodka in it at all. I think the reason it's so popular is that people like me who don't know much about cocktails always order a martini because it's safe."I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"
If you ever come to Mexico here are some drinks you can order:
Margarita: Hi, I am a tourist.
Vampiro: Like a margarita but spicier, popular in the holydays.
Caballito: One shot of tequila, in one of those funny little glasses.
Mojito: Well , it is getting trendier.
Cuba (cuba libre): Rum & CocaCola or brandy & CocaCola
Campechano: a Cuba but adding mineral water.
Maroma: Tequila & apple soda
Corona: Hi, I am tourist
XX, Pacifico, CartaBlanca, Kloster , clear beer
Bohemia dark beer , very tasty
Negra Modelo dark beer , very tasty
Indio : In between dark and clear, very tasty also
Tecate : Add salt and lemmon, very refreshing
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good site indeed.
Makes me wonder, what would Tux drink?
A martini garnished with a sardine?
Seems that after a little research, the drink from where Tux is from, Finland, is Koskenkorva. It is a grain alcohol marketed in the EU labeled as Vodka. So Tux most likely drinks it, or a martini made with it. Sardines optional.
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