A lover of a stiff drink, a good cigar and a devastating put-down, Winston Churchill has rightfully earned his share of admirers. So what better tribute to this brilliant and witty tactician than a martini made with the moisture extracted from the walls of his War Rooms, the underground complex in which Churchill lived during the Blitz? Concocted by members of the Experimental Food Society, the pricy $24 drink is made mainly with the Robin Collective's Churchill Historical Bitters and infused with the liquid extracted from the War Rooms' walls by a device similar to a dehumidifier. Those interested will have to make a trek out to the Hyatt Regency London where the drink will be served in tribute to the late prime minister's birthday on Nov. 30. [Source]
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