Dr. Hurley’s Tonic № 005

he Means of Preservation was prescribed by Dr. Hurley for those who complained of a slowing constitution, aches and pains, and the general onset of age.  It was also prescribed to young ladies who feared the loss of their youthful complexion.  It is also believed that Dr. Hurley partook of this particular tonic to ensure his own good health on his many travels, including the one that eventually brought him to the gleaming shores of the young U. S. of A.

  • 2 oz Beefeater Gin
  • 1/2 oz St. Germain Liqueur
  • 1/2 oz Dry Vermouth
  • 2 dash Celery Bitters

Stir with ice until very cold.  Then strain and dispense.

Impression № 003: Nothing is Permanent

Flavia L. Cherewaty tells Dr. Hurley that her illustration and photography depict moments in time and thought where youthful irreverence meet the structures of the everyday. A dreamlike playfulness intercedes into the world of Flavia’s artwork that allows her to create unique and thought-provoking compositions.