here you will do well to linger; here our highest good is pleasure”

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Behind the Scenes

September 12, 2020

This turn of phrase first came into use during the Georgian era; the same period from which Broken Clock Vodka’s recipe and story originate.

The 18th century saw a cultural revolution in theatrical performance and live music and this phrase refers to the various activities that go on behind the curtain in and out of the audience's view.
IMG_0359_20-09-11_Broken_Clock_Lingering_Vodka_Bloody_Mary_Turmeric.jpg But the expression also came to allude to the curious, scandalous or intriguing things that took place privately and out of society’s gaze.

Rest assured we have nothing quite so contentious to hide and instead we thought to share this glimpse at our preparations for tomorrow’s Sunday Brunch cocktail.