It is rare to have the opportunity to taste history. Rarer still is the chance to taste history shaken. But that’s precisely the way Angus Winchester treated the bit of history he offered at Toronto’s Hunt Club one particularly balmy evening this past spring. It’s not normally the way one would treat an item with a legacy 80 or so years old, but then again, this was no normal piece of history.What the British-born master bartender was crafting was the original Mai Tai as ...
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