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“Drink It In” 2013 Tales of the Cocktail Poster $30.00

The Gatsby Era. The Roaring Twenties. The Jazz Age went bopping right along until the 1930′s, by which time things took a little break for the Depression. But some might question whether New Orleans has ever let up and Tales of the Cocktail seems to confirm that.

So, in keeping with this year’s theme at the awards dinner, the poster expresses this era in an Art Deco style as well as by depicting some of the classic cocktails of the day. We have the Mint Julep, the Rickey, the Corpse Reviver, and the El Presidente. Out on the town with a few classy ladies and gentlemen in the Vieux Carré of old New Orleans, living it up at a balcony bar setting, drinking it in with the music and the spirits, we are looking down on Bourbon Street while late night revelers make their way home in the wee hours before the dawn.

The poster is printed on 80# glossy cover stock with a special UV coating to protect it from fading, dust and moisture. It comes to you signed by the artist, in a sturdy mailing tube to insure against damage during shipping.

Print size is: 19″ x 30″

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2012 Aged Well E-Book for $10.00 (no Shipping and Handling)

2012 Aged Well Recipe E-Book Cocktail-lovers can now re-create recipes from the event in their own home! The 2012 Recipe Book is the entire of collection of cocktails from this year’s festivities so you can recreate the flavors of Tales of the Cocktail 2012 all year long.
Book for $10.00 (no Shipping and Handling)
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2012 Getting Better with Age Poster

Getting better with age, standing the test of time, Tales of the Cocktail celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2012, and to commemorate the event, we have the official poster signed by the artist.
The poster harkens back to the classical days of the cocktail, of La Belle Époque with all its opulence and vibrancy. It would seem right at home over the ornate bar at Maxim’s, Paris. Referencing things that “Age Well” such as fine brandies, cognacs, and bourbons, as well as traditional tenth anniversary gifts like diamonds and daffodils, the artist has created a painting that exemplifies that elegant era of the cocktail.

This poster is printed on 80# glossy cover stock paper with a special UV coating to protect it from fading, dust and moisture. It comes to you in a sturdy mailing tube to insure against damage during shipping.

Print size is: 19″ x 30 1/2″

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2011 Shake Things Up E-Book for $10.00 (no Shipping and Handling)

2011 Shake Things Up Recipe E-BookCocktail-lovers can now enjoy a little bit of Tales of the Cocktail in their own homes with hundreds of recipes by some of the world’s most well-known mixologists including Tony Abou-Ganim, Simon Ford and Charlotte Voisey. The E-Book is 184 pages and contains over 300 recipes for all the cocktails from the seminars, tasting rooms, spirited dinners, parties and all the other events of Tales of the Cocktail® 2011 which can be easily searched for based on any number of keywords.2011 Where Spirits Live E-Book for $10.00 (no Shipping and Handling)
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Tales of the Cocktail Koirko Shaker Tin for $18.00 plus Shipping and Handling

Make your favorite flips and fizzes in this LIMITED EDITION shaker tin of Tales of the Cocktail®. This fabulous 28oz. Koriko Shaker tin, stainless steel and weighted has the Tales of the Cocktail® Logo etched on the side so you can use this your favorite shaker behind your bar. Produced for Tales of the Cocktail® by CocktailKingdom.com.
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Southern Hospitality Mint Julep T-Shirt

The fifth shirt in the Tales of the Cocktail tee series, the Mint Julep is a true southern drink. The mint julep originated in the southern United States, probably during the eighteenth century. U.S. Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky introduced the drink to Washington, D.C., at the Round Robin Bar in the famous Willard Hotel during his residence in the city. The term “julep” is generally defined as a sweet drink, particularly one used as a vehicle for medicine. The word itself is derived from the Persian word گلاب (Golâb), meaning rose water. Americans enjoyed not only bourbon-based juleps during the nineteenth century, but also gin-based juleps made with genever, an aged gin. Recently, however, bourbon-based juleps have decisively eclipsed gin-based juleps. Traditionally, the silver cup should have a copper core to fully freeze the contents.

Printed on a Next Level tri-blend crew neck tee.

A portion of the proceeds from this shirt goes to the New Orleans Cultural & Culinary Preservation Society.
Female: S, M, L, XL, XXL
Unisex: S, M, L, XL, XXL
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Ramos Gin Fizz T-Shirt

Part of the Tales of the Cocktail t-shirt collection.
The Ramos Gin Fizz was invented in 1888 by Henry C. Ramos, at the Imperial Cabinet Saloon in New Orleans and today remains one of the city’s most legendary drinks. The cocktail’s distinctive flavor comes from a delicate combination of egg whites and orange flower water. The Fizz became a widely popular in America between 1900 and the 1940s, especially in New Orleans where teams of bartenders would take turns shaking the fizzes to keep up with demand. It was such a favorite of Louisiana governor Huey P. Long that he brought New Orleans bartenders to New York to teach NYC bartenders the proper way to make a Ramos Gin Fizz.
Female: S, M, L, XL
Unisex: S, M, L, XL
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Sazerac® T-Shirt

Sazerac: The Glass Is Always Half Full
Optimism is running rampant in New Orleans these days. The city is booming. Our boys in black and gold won it all. It seems like anything’s possible. Fleurty Girl and Tales of the Cocktail® have come together to spread a little bit of this can-do spirit in the form of the city’s most beloved cocktail, “The Sazerac.”
A portion of the proceeds from this shirt goes to The New Orleans Culinary & Cultural Preservation Society, which supports members of the city’s hospitality industry.
This shirt comes in American Apparel track shirt Tri-Blend (50% polyester / 25% cotton / 25% rayon) construction. Polyester retains shape and elasticity; cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look. It’s a new twist on a vintage feel t-shirt.
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Old Fashioned T-Shirt

Old Fashioned T-Shirt
The release of the Old Fashioned cocktail t-shirt, inspired by this year’s Tales of the Cocktail® 10th anniversary theme “Aged Well,” marks the newest addition to the exclusive line of the cocktail t-shirts created in partnership with Fleurty Girl. The Old Fashioned, which will also be the official cocktail of Tales of the Cocktail® 2012, is artistically portrayed along with the line “Call Me Old Fashioned.”
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Tales of the Cocktail® Muddler by Mr. Mojito

Compact yet powerful, it is a sure bet for the novice and professional alike. All muddlers are shipped pre-treated with food-safe mineral oil. Branded with Tales of the Cocktail and Tales of the Cocktail on Tour Vancouver Logos.
$25 plus shipping

Herbsaint Dripper

This dripper is a must for any Absinthe or Herbsaint Enthusiast. The Brouilleur Herbsaint Dripper is a unique, hand-blown piece of glassware fits on top of any rocks glass. It is a perfect accompaniment to any of your household glassware, especially Sazerac glasses.
$14 plus shipping

  • Bob

    Is this event open to the public? If so, what is the process to get tickets, etc.?