September 4, 2015

Check Out These Historical Drinks For Labor Day! 


Historical Drinks For Labor Day

Labor Day Weekend

Drinks To Celebrate America

Labor Day is a day to celebrate the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of their country.

Celebrate all of the hard work YOU have done this year with these historic drinks through out American history.

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A perfect drink for the end of summer, an Applejack was originally called a “Jersey Lightening” This was used to pay off workers in colonial New Jersey who built city roads. This refreshing apple cooler calls for sugar, bitters, and club soda to be mixed well together and added to ice with Laird’s Applejack poured on top. Garnish with your favorite apple slice.
An Americano was originally a popular drink with American tourists in Italy during Prohibition. Enjoy this cocktail made with Vermouth and Campari.
Missouri politician “Colonel Joe” Rickey invented this cocktail in the muggy summer of 1883 in Washington, D.C. This is the perfect drink to sip on those hot summer nights. Dry Gin, lemon juice and soda, make up this traditional and refreshing cocktail.

Tips & Tricks

Having a BBQ or get together this weekend? Check out these 22 DIY Ways To Throw A Kick Ass Labor Day Party >>

Prefer beer this weekend? Check out these American beers that’ll help you celebrate with pride!

Have a great weekend!



Danielle Cherrick

Danielle loves a good glass of wine. She enjoys exploring various kinds of spirits and learning more about what she's drinking so she can enhance her palate and tasting skills.

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