"It's one of those lost classics," mixologist and bartender Jeffrey Morgenthaler said about The Bees Knees. The drink is part of a menu that was introduced near the end of March for El Vaquero, a Eugene, Ore., restaurant for which Morgenthaler develops drinks."We bill ourselves as a place that spins twists on the classics," Morgenthaler said. He explained that the drink appears to have its roots in Prohibition, with the usual combination of ingredients being gin, honey and lemon ...

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