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By Kelly Magyarics | October 16, 2019
“But none encapsulates the city like the Sazerac, a combination of rye, Peychaud’s Bitters and a sugar cube stirred and served in an absinthe-coated glass. It was created in this city and has the distinction of being the world’s first cocktail. Now a brand new museum named for the libation gives visitors the chance to learn about NOLA’s history through the context of its drinks. And best of all? It’s absolutely free.”
Here’s to always having a good drink — and a better story.