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.
You can do a lot more with corn apart from simply nibbling it off the cob or running among mazes. Dig deeper and try it in a cocktail for a boozy adventure. Corn and bourbon make an unlikely but rewarding pair in this unique cocktail.
You’ve watched long leaves unfurl and elegantly swirl in a steaming cup of golden fluid. You’ve taken a long sip, and marveled at the heady aroma of a first flush. Dainty patterns of blue flowers on smooth white porcelain, you’ve lovingly laid your tea-set for a lazy evening soiree. But have you ever wondered about the first time a cup of tea brewed?