Posts Tagged“french quarter”

You refuse to buy a corn syrup-infused drink in a 2-foot tall alien plastic cup on Bourbon Street while visiting New Orleans. Instead, you long to go back in time and enjoy a tried-and-true cocktail that bartenders have been making there for over 100 years. There’s the Sazerac, the “official cocktail of New Orleans,” but it’s got brandy in it, and that’s not your thing. Or the Vieux Carré, another Quarter invention, but again, it’s got things you don’t care for in it. So you land on the Pimm’s Cup, an appropriately old school drink that for whatever reason has been modified in New Orleans to…