What Abe Lincoln Was Drinkin’ Back In The Day

When our country’s very first bartender’s guide, How to Mix Drinks, was published the year after Abraham Lincoln took office in 1861, America entered a golden age of cocktails. As it turns out, a lot of what was available to drink back in the 16th president’s day has now come back in fashion. 

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