Thursday, October 29, 2009
1. An Americano cocktail and a Negroni cocktail both have sweet vermouth and campari in them. What liquor does the Negroni have that the Americano does not?
2. Crépy is a light bodied white wine that can be made slightly sparkling coming from the slopes of the Haute Savoie region in France alongside Lake Geneva? What grape is used to make this wine?
3. A coque is a cake made in the south of France to celebrate this holiday. Which one am I referring to?
4. Charbonnée is a term to describe food cooked over what?
5. An old fashion cocktail starts off with a cube of sugar coated with angostura bitters , a shot of Canadian rye whiskey , add some shaved ice and garnish with slice of orange , wedge of lemon , and a cherry. What do you top up this cocktail with?
There you have it!
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