August 17th, 2007

Chartreuse sneak preview on Salon

One of the Chartreuse cocktails that the boozin’ broads of LUPEC Boston created for Sunday night’s Chartreuse Cocktails event at Green Street is a winner in’s first summer cocktail contest. Congrats, ladies! LUPEC is Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails, and the Boston chapter’s blog is here. The winning cocktail’s called the Irma La Douce. “Take a green French liqueur and a movie in which Shirley MacLaine plays a Parisian prostitute dressed in bright green stockings — and it adds up to a cocktail called the Irma la Douce,” the article reads. One Salon taster described the drink as “spicy and tart, like its namesake.” Santé!

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3 Responses to “Chartreuse sneak preview on Salon”

  1. Adam

    Those LUPEC ladies never cease to amaze.

    Can’t wait to try one!

  2. Arnold

    Will you be posting the recipe for the Irma La Douce after the event? It seems Salon is unwilling to share unless you pay for membership.

  3. ljclark

    Oh, sorry about that Salon thing. Yes, recipes will be posted, probably the day after. Stay tuned.

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