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Postby NCMarsh » 08/29/07 10:18 AM

Part of a marketing proposal I'm making to a local business includes a magic themed [censored]. I'm looking for a fun, appealing name that somehow ties into a magic theme.

I've been, for whatever reason, dry... (other than the "mystic mojito")..

Any thoughts from the minds here?

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Postby NCMarsh » 08/29/07 10:22 AM

Oh, and if anyone knows of [censored]/drinks that have any kind of "magical" properties (i.e. they change color (absinthe is off unfortunately), smoke, flame, read your mind, whatever) I am interested...

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Postby Guest » 08/29/07 11:04 AM

The Double Fond in Paris has an entire drink menu with 'magic' names.

Flame drinks: 151 works great. The flame burns very clean unfortunately, therefore best suited for low light situations. Unless you're spitting fire.

I've got a routine for a drink that froths over on command.

Mirrored cups can create wonders.

I use LED glowing ice cubes that are always a hit. Particularly with women. And kids.

Layered drinks are visually stimulating, and can be 'magicy'.

I have a few coctail shaker ideas.

No reason for Absinthe to be out....

What specifically are you after? email me for more....
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Postby Jon Elion » 08/29/07 06:09 PM

To see a list of the Double Fond's drink menu in English, go to the Babelfish website . In the text box that says Translate a Web Page copy and paste this URL: http://www.doublefond.com/MsgByReg.asp?id=99404. Select French to English and click Translate.

Of course, if you read French, then just go to the Double Fond drink menu directly!
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Postby Guest » 09/05/07 12:28 AM

The chung ling sling . scotch based, infused with oriental spice, with a surprise ending. To be served in a single shot glass.
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Postby Guest » 09/05/07 08:28 AM

I worked a couple of times behind the bar and what I did is this: I wore a D'Lite and when I handed out a glass, the drink was all red (or another color if combined with a colored drink) and 'lit'. Whenever I give the glass away, it loses all that aspect. It made place for a few good lines.
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