This simple drink became popular in the 1970s. Though, no one's really sure of its origin. Some stories say that it was inspired by the famous gangster film of the same name, while others believe that the Don himself, Marlon Brando, drank it regularly.
New Orleans is known for quite a few things – Mardi Gras, jazz, and voodoo come to mind the moment you breathe in the city’s briny air. As the last bastion of French colonialism that existed in America, the Crescent City is a cultural melting pot, combining and refining its very own brand of epicurean endeavor.
The Amber Moon cocktail has been around for a long time. Back in the 1800s, cracking raw eggs into alcohol was considered a ‘miner’s breakfast’. The burning sensation left after having whisky was soothed by drinking beer with raw eggs. In Amber Moon, eggs and whisky are combined and the whisky cocktail becomes a healthy drink that can cure a hangover.