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Essential and timeless movie cocktails



“But you don’t understand, I’m a man!” “Well, nobody’s perfect”

Every liquor has something magical, able to transmute people, environments and meetings, but the cocktail is even more magical: it is son of alchemy, the creative capacity and, of course, curiosity.

Liqueurs and cocktails are part of the movie history. Thanks to them, the greatest romances, disappointments and disputes have taken place on the big screen. In this space we want to honor and make a tribute to the best movie cocktails.

Banana Daiquiri – The God father II (1974)

“How do you say Banana Daiquiri in Spanish?” Ask Fredo to Michael Corleone in a terrace in Havana in the Godfather II, and so he responds: “Banana Daiquiri”.

Fredo is in Havana to represent the family in the business of hotels and casinos that were riding on the small Caribbean island. Between business and conspiracies, Fredo enjoyed a fantastic Banana Daiquiri.

Milk Punch – Guys and Dolls (1955)

Dancing and singing: “Dulce de leche”

That’s how the actors Marlon Brando and Sarah Bromw ask the drink Milk Punch in the movie Guys and Dolls. A drink based in coconut, milk and rum served in a natural coconut.

Cosmopolitan – Sex and the City (2008)

Have fun. The twenties are for that. In your thirties you learn lessons. At forty, you pay for the drinks.

The series chronicled the amorous adventures of four newyorker friends. The movie that came after this great series begins telling the story years later. They are still living on the edge, combining work with relationships while discovering the secrets of marriage, motherhood and the luxuries of Manhattan.

Do you remember these 4 girls in the bar, talking about fashion, men and relationships while holding 4 glasses of a pink drink? Their favorite cocktail, as you know, is the Cosmopolitan.

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Manhattan – Some Like It Hot (1959)

“But you don’t understand, I’m a man!” “Well, nobody’s perfect”

Anyone who has seen the movie will remember this wonderful dialogue that puts an end to the film. The perfect comedy and one of the best of all time. Here we can see a beautiful and stunning Marilyn Monroe.

Manhattan is the forbidden cocktail of the blondie, perfect for breaking the rules and being a little naughty as only the most desired blond of all times knows.

Champagne Cocktail – Casablanca (1942)

“We’ll always have Paris”.

That’s the legendary phrase that Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) tells Isa Lund (Ingrid Bergman) in the movie Casablanca before leaving.

Although in the movie the Champagne Cocktail symbolizes sentimental breakup and frustrated ambitions, it still is a trend sinceits origins until today.

Vodka Martini – James Bond (1962)

“Vodka Martini, shaken, not stirred”

The favorite drink of one of the best secret agents of all time, the amazing James Bond 007. The Vodka Martini is his identity. It’s one of the world’s most consumed cocktails and it has variants like the Vodkatini, where we change vodka for gin.

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