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Named after the drink Tom Collins, this glass is tall and skinny and can contain 10 to 16 oz. This glass is used to maximize the contact of the ice with the drink, keeping it as cold as possible.
A simple Gin Cocktail.
A VERY, VERY strong cocktail that might grow hair on your palms, and make you howl at the moon.
A cousin of the Long Island with a melon twist
Mocktail taken from Agnostura Bitters
Not so sweet as a Shirley Temple
An ultra smooth cinnamon-y drink made with Southern Comfort 100 Proof.
A simple, but adequately strong, green-colored drink for St. Patrick's Day (and, I dedicate this to an old girlfriend, Sue, who truly loved St. Patrick's Day, but died far too young). May she RIP.
Refreshing drink for who like Gin :)
The classic refreshing summer drink
A tropical green monster with red eye garnish!
A classic italian aperitif, popular among the American tourists in Italy in the early 1900s.
The saline version of the Greyhound
A hearty but soft drink for those days when you want to relax... or party.
Famous cocktail popularized by the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. Huey Long's personal favorite.
A spicy and very strong drink, guaranteed to fire you up.
The infamous G&T is just a starting point. Its derivative GMT is one of the successful experiments in that line.