Shaking Up Prohibition in New Orleans

The best cocktails from the jazz city, from A to Z.

Prohibition is about way more than bathtub gin and moonshine. It was a moment in history where drinkers had to get creative about their cocktails. Two women initially released this fully illustrated alphabet of cocktails in 1929 and it's coming back for another round. They celebrated the city of New Orleans through the ingredients they chose and used a tongue-in-cheek sense of humor to poke fun at the so called "Dry City." Even though prohibition's over, there's no reason not to celebrate the legacy of that legendary city with cocktails to match.

  • Hardcover
  • 61 pages
  • By Hilda Phelps Hammond
  • Illustrated by Olive Leonhardt
  • Forward by John Magill
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