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October 16, 2009

Drinks inspired by famous mustaches

Yesterday, Consuming Interests blogger Liz Kay sent me a heads up about this list of a few mustache-inspired drinks.

I've always been pro-facial hair (on men), and got a kick out of the drinks. We have the Bandit, the Magnum, the Flanders and the Burgundy. Each one starts with a base of Canadian Club Whisky ...

I'm not a huge fan of Canadian Club, but I'm sure you can swap it for some other kind of whisky or scotch.

The only downside? You can twiddle a mustache, but you can't twiddle a drink.

Otherwise, these cocktails get the Midnight Sun stamp of approval.

Thanks, Liz!

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 8:12 AM | | Comments (10)
Categories: Bars & Clubs


No! I'm not living my life without a mustache! Even if sometimes my mustache has Alpo gas.

Canadian Club + mustache? Really, come on!

if you looooove mustaches, be sure to check out the Mustaches 4 Kids fundraiser!!!

Hi diddly hello there neighbors. Thanks for the shout out on the old soup strainer, but yours truly does not indulge in the devil's dew from the Great White North. The only Canadian club that I partake in is the Loverboy Fan Club. This Springfield tickler is only for doing the Lord's work, because like everybody, I'm working for the weekend and big ole shot of Jesus.

If you move the Dudley Do-right / Snidely Whiplash story to New York it sounds like an episode of Law & Order SVU. Flamboyant psychopath abducts young women (and a cop's girlfriend), binds and gags them, ties them to railroad tracks and derives perverse satisfaction from their suffering.

I see a good spec script in there.

Au contraire, mon Sessa frère!

When your mustache you twiddle,
Your drink shall you...swizzle!

check out mustachio bashio on u tube

stoli + ginger beer= a dark and Stalin

Canadian Club and tepid milk
Answer: What is an Alex Trebek?

Check out famous 1980's NFL players and their famous mustaches-

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