Early on in the 1800s, a crafty genius decided to combine carbonated mineral water and a sweetened flavour syrup, thus creating “soda pop” as we know it today. But the question remains, what flavour did they use? Well, it probably doesn’t come as a surprise if you read the title of this article, it was lemon. What may surprise you is that the lemon soda was the reigning champion of soda flavours for over 30 […]
These two are simple, refreshing, highballs suitable anytime or anywhere. But can you tell the difference between them?
If you had a hangover in the early 20th century and you asked a pharmacist or saloon keep for a solution to your problem, this would have been a common drink that would get you functional again.
The idea of a sour mix is simply one of the efficiencies in a fast-paced work environment, such as a bar or a big party. By premixing simple syrup and freshly squeezed citrus juice, and then bottling the mixture, you can avoid doing this repetitively for each drink. For most people, making sour mix is not something they need to do unless they drink a lot, or they have people coming over for a party. […]