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The story includes the history of the Bloody Mary, Irish Coffee. Champagne and the Bellini, brunch drinks, told in spirited, light hearted songs presented by a seasoned and a deliciously giddy cast.
The drinking habits of presidents past and present.
SOURCE: The Conversation
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For better or worse, Prohibition changed the way Americans drank, and its cultural impact has never really gone away.
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