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May 26, 2010


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This unique book is lovely. Thanks. When I watch Roman Holiday I drink a Campari Shakerato which consists of 4 oz. freshly squeezed orange juice, a jigger of campari, and ice mixed together which is refreshing and wonderful.

Jennifer W.

For a certain milestone birthday (that you have not yet attained, ah-hem) I had [gin] martinis at Bemelman's bar at the Carlyle. Sigh....

Melissa C.

There is nothing better than a pitcher of strawberry dacquaris for a summer gathering with friends, to discuss books of course! Thanks for the opportunity as it sounds like a great book!


Black cherry margaritas on my 21st birthday at Bombay's in San Antonio. It was a long time ago but I still remember how good those margaritas were. Ah, memories!

Bethany Hart

Apple Jacks when you're the youngest in the group! You will never get the same drink twice...Sounds like an awesome book!

Caitlin McCabe

This book looks really great! My pairing is a sea or lakeside boat party and a Tom Collins in a tall glass.


French Martinis at a Bachelorette Party. Guaranteed good time and ends the night with interesting dares... =] <3 NayNay

Beth Gallaway

A Strawberry Basil Lemonade Martini (they make them at the Oak Room at the Fairmont Copley Plaz in Boston) is a summer evening cocktail. It's lemonade for Grownups, and perfect for sipping while sitting on the porch watching kids catch fireflies.

Amy Thornley

Bourbon, neat, for every time I am either in North Carolina or around friends from there. Something about the caramel flavors that reminds me of those sultry summer nights...

Louis Vuitton Monogram

La più grande differenza è che le parole di cui sopra, LV vera tridimensionali, e le ordinate, bordi più angolari, rispettivamente, imitazione comparativa la spina luminosa esterna, soccorso LV sentirsi troppo liscia, non chiaro.

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