This Sunday Sesh we are raising our glasses to the Charlie Chaplin !
This cocktail was named after comedy legend Charlie Chaplin, the English slapstick comic actor of the silent film era, who was at the height of his career when this cocktail was created some time between 1910 and 1919. The Charlie Chaplin is a drink of equal measures and is a gentle mix of flavours. This cocktail was once the premiere drink at the Waldorf-Astoria!
- Dust off that cocktail shaker and get in!
A good place to start with the Vieux Carre, perhaps, is how to pronounce it. Although the name is French, the pronunciation most certainly is not. This cocktail is pronounced ‘voo car-ray’.
Here's to all the good times wasted on having good times and the good times to come. 1960's gritty and bluesy sounding British band Eric Burdon and The Animals are giving us 'The Good Times', an ode to regrets of having wasted time away on useless things, only thing is, we don't regret them!