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Frank Sinatra’s 100th Birthday Bourbon Cocktail

Frank Sinatra’s 100th Birthday Bourbon Cocktail

Celebrate Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday with some tunes and a favorite stiff drink.
By Michelle M. Winner

Celebrate Frank Sinatra's 100th Birthday with this " Chairman of the Board" cocktail. Image:Hilton

Celebrate Frank Sinatra’s 100th Birthday with this “Chairman of the Board” cocktail. Image:Hilton

Song man Frank Sinatra’s birthday is December 12 and it was a big one this year. Although no longer with us, his music is more popular than ever and being discovered by new generations as they learn to appreciate his phrasing and sense of style. It’s no secret that Frank liked a stiff drink and a curvy broad, and favored a few hotels. Staying and playing in Vegas, Palm Springs, NYC, Chicago and Los Angeles was a fave of “old blue eyes.”

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 The Beverly Hilton, the capitol of swank at the crossroads of Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards, shares their recipe for the “Chairman of The Board” cocktail. We think it would be perfect  for celebrating Frank’s 100th Birthday. And do it “My Way ” baby!

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Celebrate Frank’s 100th with Chairman of The Board

  • Author: Beverly Hilton
  • Yield: 1 drink 1x


Celebrate Frank Sinatra’s 100th Birthday with this ” Chairman of The Board” cocktail.


  • 2 oz. Bourbon
  • 1/2 oz. Maple Syrup (the real stuff ok?)
  • Orange slice
  • Luxardo cherry


  1. In a rocks glass over ice cubes pour the ingredients except garnish fruit.
  2. Stir slightly.
  3. Garnish with orange and cherry on lip of glass.
  • Category: Cocktail
  • Cuisine: American Cocktail

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  • Those are definitely interesting ingredients in the Frank Sinatra 100th birthday Bourbon cocktail, especially the Maple Syrup! According to a man who traveled with Frank Sinatra for many years, Frank had an interesting way of stirring his drink: with his index finger. That’s according to a book called Sinatra and Me, by Tony Consiglio and Franz Douskey, which is a great personal account of being on the road, and in the middle of the action with Frank Sinatra. By the way, I enjoy

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