Ten greatest alcohol icons of all time

The Girl in the Moon
I propose a toast to this post with a cup of red dry wine (my favourite drink: long live to the alcoholic drinks! Here is an amusing article from Modern Drunkard Magazine even for those that don’t drink: Ten greatest alcohol icons of all time. The article explains the story of those icons, when they first appeared, why the icon works, a dark secret and when they claimed to fame. The list includes:
The Striding Man of Johnnie Walker Scotch Whisky;
– The Hamm’s Bear of Hamm’s Beer;
Captain Morgan of Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum;
The Guinness Toucan of Guinness Stout;
Mr. Boston of Mr. Boston Distillery;
The Girl in the Moon of Miller High Life Beer;
The Blue Bull of Schlitz Malt Liquor;
– The Wild Turkey of Wild Turkey Bourbon;
The Jäger Deer of Jägermeister Liqueur;
The Bacardi Bat of Bacardi Rum.
(via Slashfood)
Read also: The best brands of the world.

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2 Responses to Ten greatest alcohol icons of all time

  1. Lagauvalin is the best of all time, and beer is always better in England, it’s true.
    I thought you might be interested in Dipsomania (http://dipsomane.blogspot.com), a blog that tracks alcohol in the fine arts, as well as Barstool Mountain (http://www.barstoolmountain.blogspot.com/), an off-shoot of Big Rock Candy Mountain, which is a blog devoted to a “Top 100 drinking song” list.
    Prost!
    I love what I see of your blog, and I hope to see more.

  2. Bibi says:

    Hi Vaucanson’s Duck ! Thanks for the comment and the tips. I will check it, but the true is, I’m not a huge fan or alcohol. I love wine and one time per year I drink Tequila, but I think it’s all. And… well…I never drink beer. I’m a weird person.

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