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|<p style="padding:5px;">"The Sunday Mercury says that if you are at a hotel, and wish to call for a beverage compounded of brandy, sugar, absynthe, bitters and ice, called by the vulgar a cocktail, ask for une queue de chanticleer-it will be an evidence at once of your knowledge of French and of Chesterfield."</p>
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|<div style="padding:5px; text-align:right;">[Transcribed by David Wondrich, October 2008]</div>
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= Welcome to the Chanticleer Society =
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''A Worldwide Organization of Cocktail Enthusiasts''
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Over a fairly short time, cocktails have evolved from simply being a mixed drink of questionable quality, into something that can often be considered culinary product that is produced with care and craftsmanship. There is still however a lot of knowledge and information regarding the cocktail which can be considered questionable at best.
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The Chanticleer Society is made up of a dedicated membership which wants to help further the cocktail by providing all who are interested with access to information and resources that will help them better appreciate cocktails in specific and its other mixed-drinks siblings in general.
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Please enjoy perusing through the pages you will find here, and hopefully the information you discover will help you along your quest.
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In the early days of this site, the information contained here will obviously be minimal, but will be increasing over time.
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Some pages on this site that are currently under construction are:
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* [[Quick Start Guide]]
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* [[Cocktail Timeline]]
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* [[Mixed Drink Types]]
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* [[Classic Cocktails]]
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* [[Bibliography]]
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* [[Spirited Holidays]]
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At the moment, there aren't a lot of pages here (we're working on it), but if you'd like to see a list of all the pages available, you can [[Special:AllPages | see a list here]].
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In addition to individual pages, it is also possible to mark a page to be part of a "category", this allows a "special page" to list all of the pages that are part of that category. So far, we only have one category defined "Cocktail Recipe" and here is a link to it (not that there are many listed there yet):
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* [[:Category:Cocktail_Recipe | Cocktail Recipes]]
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Latest revision as of 16:42, 11 March 2019

JiggerBeakerFlask.jpg
"Ad Galli Caudam Propagandam"
For the good of the cocktail

"The Sunday Mercury says that if you are at a hotel, and wish to call for a beverage compounded of brandy, sugar, absynthe, bitters and ice, called by the vulgar a cocktail, ask for une queue de chanticleer-it will be an evidence at once of your knowledge of French and of Chesterfield."

The New Orleans Daily Picayune, February 2, 1843, p.2
[Transcribed by David Wondrich, October 2008]

Welcome to the Chanticleer Society

A Worldwide Organization of Cocktail Enthusiasts

Over a fairly short time, cocktails have evolved from simply being a mixed drink of questionable quality, into something that can often be considered culinary product that is produced with care and craftsmanship. There is still however a lot of knowledge and information regarding the cocktail which can be considered questionable at best.

The Chanticleer Society is made up of a dedicated membership which wants to help further the cocktail by providing all who are interested with access to information and resources that will help them better appreciate cocktails in specific and its other mixed-drinks siblings in general.

Please enjoy perusing through the pages you will find here, and hopefully the information you discover will help you along your quest.

In the early days of this site, the information contained here will obviously be minimal, but will be increasing over time.

Some pages on this site that are currently under construction are:

At the moment, there aren't a lot of pages here (we're working on it), but if you'd like to see a list of all the pages available, you can see a list here.

In addition to individual pages, it is also possible to mark a page to be part of a "category", this allows a "special page" to list all of the pages that are part of that category. So far, we only have one category defined "Cocktail Recipe" and here is a link to it (not that there are many listed there yet):


The information below is what was on this Main Page when the MediaWiki software was first installed. I'm leaving it here at the moment... feel free to ignore it for now...

MediaWiki has been installed.

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.

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