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.
Interesting, isn’t it—a cocktail that is named after a legendary detective fiction writer?
Everyone has a wild streak that they welcome a chance to channel every once in a while. If you are looking for a party tipple that is delicious and easy to make, look no further. The Ruthless packs in a sweet-tart punch, along with just the right dose of whisky to give you that exciting head rush you are craving.
Very few cocktails are bestowed with the honor of being a city’s official drink, and in 2008 the Louisiana Legislature proclaimed Sazerac as New Orleans’. It has been a long, sauntering journey to the top for the concoction which can trace its legacy back to Aaron Bird’s bar in the French Quarter, The Sazerac Coffee House.