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"This cocktail is named after a Dragon from the legend of Saint Romanus of Rouen, which was first recorded in 1394. Gargouille, meaning gargle in English, references this dragons ability to spew water from its mouth Terrorizing the French town of Rouen, he demanded a tribute of a virgin maiden every year. He was usually given a condemned prisoner instead. Growing tired of the dragons reign they sent Bishop Romanus to rid them of the dragon La Gargouille lived on the banks of the Seine River. Using a prisoner as bait Romanus lured the dragon out of hiding. With the sign of the cross he managed to subdue the beast and brought him by leash back to the town The townspeople voted to burn the dragon alive as punishment for its deeds. He was burned at the stake but to the surprise of the townsfolk his head remained. His ashes were thrown into the Seine and his head was hung from the cathedral. And that is how the Gargoyle was born! ", "undefined", "La Gargouille ",

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La Gargouille By , May 8, 2009 This cocktail is named after a Dragon from the legend of Saint Romanus of Rouen, which was first recorded in 1394. Gargouille, meaning gargle in English, references this dragons ability to spew water from its mouth

Terrorizing the French town of Rouen, he demanded a tribute of a virgin maiden every year. He was usually given a condemned prisoner instead. Growing tired of the dragons reign they sent Bishop Romanus to rid them of the dragon

La Gargouille lived on the banks of the Seine River. Using a prisoner as bait Romanus lured the dragon out of hiding. With the sign of the cross he managed to subdue the beast and brought him by leash back to the town

The townspeople voted to burn the dragon alive as punishment for its deeds. He was burned at the stake but to the surprise of the townsfolk his head remained. His ashes were thrown into the Seine and his head was hung from the cathedral. And that is how the Gargoyle was born! This cocktail is named after a Dragon from the legend of Saint Romanus of Rouen, which was first recorded in 1394. Gargouille, meaning gargle in English, references this dragons ability to spew water from its mouth Terrorizing the French town of Rouen, he demanded a tribute of a virgin maiden every year. He was usually given a condemned prisoner instead. Growing tired of the dragons reign they sent Bishop Romanus to rid them of the dragon La Gargouille lived on the banks of the Seine River. Using a prisoner as bait Romanus lured the dragon out of hiding. With the sign of the cross he managed to subdue the beast and brought him by leash back to the town The townspeople voted to burn the dragon alive as punishment for its deeds. He was burned at the stake but to the surprise of the townsfolk his head remained. His ashes were thrown into the Seine and his head was hung from the cathedral. And that is how the Gargoyle was born! Ingredients: - Unaged Agricole Rum - Green Chartreuse Instructions: Muddle the cardamom pods in a shaker tin. Add the remaining ingredients and shake with ice. Strain into a chilled Nick & Nora glass. Garnish with a dehydrated lime wheel Lulo, also called naranjilla, is a popular fruit in Colombia, Panama and Venezuela. It kind of tastes like a mix between pineapple and passionfruit. I just use the frozen pulp and it's most likely found in a Latin market. It's 1:1 Lulo Pulp to 2:1 Simple Syrup Tropical,Originals,Signatures,Modern,Tiki