Tag Archives: Peychaud’s

Three Bottles with New Orleans seals

Bottles with New Orleans seals  PEYCHAUD’S, DELPIT’S & SARRAZIN. Age range 1840’s through 1870’s.  “I’ve always felt the DELPIT’S was the oldest, the SARRAZIN the most recent.” Charles Aprill Dr. Charles Aprill from the Big Easy, submits these wonderful pictures … Continue reading

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Peychaud’s New Orleans Seal found in Appomattox River

Peychaud’s New Orleans Seal found in Appomattox River 01 October 2012 This mysterious email and pictures (almost like they were taken underwater, appeared in my inbox this weekend. Here is the brief email: “The bottle is like the one on … Continue reading

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Peychaud’s Cocktail Bitters – L.E. Jung and his Gators

Peychaud’s Cocktail Bitters – L.E. Jung and his Gators 02 July 2012 (R•111213) “Created in the 1830s in New Orleans, Peychaud Bitters is a gentian-based bitters still used today for mixed drinks, in particular the Sazerac cocktail. People were sipping … Continue reading

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