Super excited to share this. Thanks The New York Times Robert Simonson and Nick Oxford ❤️
The lunchbox — Coors Light, a shot of amaretto and a splash of orange juice — was likely an accidental invention at Edna’s Restaurant & Club in Oklahoma City. Credit Phot by Nick Oxford for The New York Times
WHAT IT IS Coors Light, a shot of amaretto and a splash of orange juice, served in a chilled mug.
WHERE THEY DRINK IT Oklahoma City.
THE BACK STORY This drink was likely an accidental invention at Edna’s Restaurant & Club, an Oklahoma City tavern. Edna Scott, the bar’s founder, “didn’t like to waste something, especially not alcohol,” said her daughter Tammy Lucas. “She was trying to make something, probably a boilermaker, and accidentally put something in, probably the orange juice.” That accident has been sold an estimated 1.7 million times since the early 1990s. (Read Full Article)
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