[ pick your music according to your drink ...]
1. Willie Nelson - Yesterday When I Was Young (Hier Encore)
2. Matt Monro - Yesterday
3. Tony O'malley - My Way
4. Frank Sinatra - Strangers In The Night (Remastered 2008)
5. Jim Reeves - He'll Have To Go
6. Engelbert Humperdinck - Spanish Eyes (Ft. Il Divo)
7. Timi Yuro - Pretend
8. Al Martino - Speak Softly Love
9. Charles Aznavour - Chez Fanny
10. Panos Mouzourakis - That's Life (Half Glass Empty)
11. Roy Orbison , With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Falling
12. Elvis Presley - In The Ghetto
13. Andy Williams - Can't Take My Eyes Off You
14. Tom Jones - I (Who Have Nothing)
15. Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You
16. Bobby Solo - Se Piangi, Se Ridi
17. Frank Sinatra/Nancy Sinatra - Somethin' Stupid
18. Tom Jones - I'll Never Fall In Love Again
19. Elvis Presley - Can't Help Falling in Love
20. Charles Aznavour - Yesterday When I Was Young
21. Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On
22. Vic Damone - Arrivederci Roma
23. PATRIZIO BUANNE - A MAN WITHOUT LOVE
24. Harry Nilson - Over The Rainbow
25. Michel Sardou - Je vais t'aimer
26. Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I
27. Jim Reeves - I Love You Because
28. Sampler - Dean Martin/Return to me
45 ml Bourbon.
45 ml Grapefruit Juice.
25 ml Honey.
Garnish: with a grapefruit twist.
Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker.
Add ice and shake until chilled.
Strain into a chilled coupe glass.
IBA official cocktail (International bartender association)
A bartender made the Brown Derby Cocktail in 1930s Hollywood at the Vendome Club, 6666 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. During these years, the studios produced some of their popular classics, and film stars drank their way down the Sunset Strip.The Vendome café was launched in 1933 by William Wilkerson, a real estate developer and owner of The Hollywood Reporter offices located a block away. Strangely, despite being made at the Vendome club, The Brown Derby cocktail was named the nearby restaurant, ‘The Brown Derby,’ which was constructed in the shape of a rotund derby hat. However, the origin of the cocktail becomes foggy from here. The Brown Derby Cocktail appeared in the book ‘Hollywood Cocktail’ published in 1933. However, it also appeared under a different name, the ‘De Rigueur cocktail,’ in the British bartender Harry Craddock’s ‘The 1930s Savoy Cocktail Book’. So, were the two drinks featuring the same recipe living under different names in different places? We can’t tell for sure, but drinkers will not be so much concerned with history as they sip the tart, sweet, refreshing cocktail. While both the original diners have remained closed since the 1980s, Disney has successfully revived cocktail classics in the 21st century. Like Disney, the cocktail enthusiast community is bringing a new lease on the Brown Derby cocktail as it returns to trendy restaurants and bars down the country.
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