Cocktail Cabinet No. 61
The Green Swizzle
There are some characters in fiction that are so profoundly well-drawn, or so attractive and fun, that our desire to spend time with them demands that we create a physical touchstone, a time and location in space for them to occupy that we can visit beyond the realm of the book, film or play they were born within.
Sherlock Holmes and his Baker Street apartment, Leopold Bloom and the whole of Dublin and, of course,...
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