Prohibition is over, but Cuba’s elegant cocktail culture lives on

By M. Carrie AllanSpecial To The Washington PostOne thing that mystifies me about some corners of the cocktail world is the ongoing romanticizing of the American period of Prohibition, the nadir of this country's strange love-hate relationship with alcohol.
Even now, rarely does a week go by when I don't get a pitch for some new booze that summons the era or some new speakeasy-themed bar.Read more on NewsOK.com

By M. Carrie Allan
Special To The Washington Post

One thing that mystifies me about some corners of the cocktail world is the ongoing romanticizing of the American period of Prohibition, the nadir of this country's strange love-hate relationship with alcohol.

Even now, rarely does a week go by when I don't get a pitch for some new booze that summons the era or some new speakeasy-themed bar.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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