Engineers Guide to Drinks
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I love this and I want to make it into a poster. Could I commission you to add another (homemade) drink to it? Please email me - firstname.lastname@example.org
Looks awesome! Thanks so much.If you're going to do a 1.1 - "tomatoe juice" should be "tomato juice"
Cool! Thanks!BTW I think you missed the vodka colour for the Rob Roy and the Manhattan./Teun
@marcelteun... eh? Vodka in a Rob Roy and Manhattan? Don't think so.
That should be dry vermouth in the Martini/Gibson.
Thanks for all the work! This is great! I did notice that you neglected to credit the person in 2006 who added the Gin & Tonic, Long Island Ice Tea, and Joey's drink. The info is in the post you linked to on FlowingData.
Great job and thanks for all the work you put into this!I use this as a drinks menu :)Bourbon, gin, Italian vermouth, scotch, white rum, fresh cream and Jamaica rum are all plain white in the pdf I downloaded. Is that supposed to be like that?I think the conversion from oz to ml for Pous(s)e Cafe and Stars & Stripes is incorrect.1/6 oz is 5 ml and 1/3 oz is 10 ml.
this is an amazing picture i love you for this picture Good foods and drinks of our world Wonder of my world
Any chance of you releasing the CAD file?
2nd the request for the CAD file; I'd love to add a couple cocktails that I make frequently. Would send you back any finished product but would never post my own version. Thanks again for the beautiful work, it makes me think of cocktails all day in my office.
thank u so much :-)
I have a DRCR for document Drawing# Z - 4 - 8151623 - 42 Rev 4Request update of description for materials chart (e) from “1 – GREEN OLIVE W/ RED CENTER (e)” to “1 - G REEN OLIVE W/ PIMENTO CENTER (e)”Don’t want to leave anything open for interpretation…