Somewhere on this site I've told the story of how I courageously saved a full-grown television from certain destruction after its previous owners had abandoned it on the sidewalk. It wasn't tied to a lamppost, so it was free to run away, but it instinctively knew to just wait patiently until the right savior happened by.
'blue moon' on Serious Eats
To the delight of classy lushes everywhere, old-fashioned liqueurs are experiencing a comeback. Case in point: Crème de Violette. The sweetly floral aroma of Crème de Violette is an obvious pairing to the boreal forest notes of good gin. This cocktail is based on Hugo Ensslin's 1916 Aviation recipe, merely omitting the Maraschino.