History of the Manhattan Cocktail

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Presented by Sandy Spring Museum at Sandy Spring Museum, Sandy Spring MD

Jun 07, 2018

History of the Manhattan Cocktail

Learn about the classic Manhattan cocktail from author and historian Phillip Greene, and enjoy a flight of cocktails relative to the discussion.

History Happy Hour!

The Manhattan cocktail, consisting of whiskey, vermouth and bitters, has remained popular through Prohibition, the Great Depression, and many presidential administrations. The origins and inventors of this time-honored drink, however, are still disputed. Was it first mixed at Lady Randolph Churchill’s party at New York’s Manhattan Club in 1874, or invented in the 1860s on Broadway by a man named Black? How did the arrival of an exotic Italian import named vermouth

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ADMISSION INFO

Tickets are available via website:

https://sandyspringmuseum.salsalabs.org/manhattancocktail/index.html?page=register

$20 – Sandy Spring Museum Members (Includes tasting flight of cocktails)

$25 – Non-Museum Members Admission (Includes tasting flight of cocktails)

$150 – VIP Reserved Table for 4 (Includes tasting flight of cocktails)

$10 – Museum Membership (*this Family Membership is typically $70)

Contact: 301-774-0022

Email: events@sandyspringmuseum.org

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Sandy Spring Museum

17901 Bentley Road, www.sandyspringmuseum.org, Sandy Spring, MD 20860

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