Difference between revisions of "Victor Bergeron"

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Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”<ref>[http://imbibemagazine.com/25-Most-Influential-Cocktail-Personalities/ Imbibe Magazine: The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century]</ref>:
 
Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”<ref>[http://imbibemagazine.com/25-Most-Influential-Cocktail-Personalities/ Imbibe Magazine: The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century]</ref>:
  
::"Trading the sports theme for [[tiki]] aesthetic, Victor Bergeron converted his Oakland, Calif. bar, [[Hinky Dinks]] into the instantly popular [[Trader Vic’s]] in 1937. Credited with creating the first [[Mai Tai]] cocktail, and author of several tiki cocktail books, Bergeron and the Trader Vic’s franchise later opened more than 20 restaurants around the world."
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::"Trading the sports theme for [[Tiki Bar|tiki]] aesthetic, Victor Bergeron converted his Oakland, Calif. bar, [[Hinky Dinks]] into the instantly popular [[Trader Vic’s]] in 1937. Credited with creating the first [[Mai Tai]] cocktail, and author of several tiki cocktail books, Bergeron and the Trader Vic’s franchise later opened more than 20 restaurants around the world."
  
 
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Revision as of 14:17, 22 January 2020

Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”[1]:

"Trading the sports theme for tiki aesthetic, Victor Bergeron converted his Oakland, Calif. bar, Hinky Dinks into the instantly popular Trader Vic’s in 1937. Credited with creating the first Mai Tai cocktail, and author of several tiki cocktail books, Bergeron and the Trader Vic’s franchise later opened more than 20 restaurants around the world."

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