100 Cocktails Scratch Off Poster

Rob Roy. Aviation. Sidecar. After Eight. Scratch off must-try cocktails to reveal the artwork underneath.

$15.00

Happy Scratch Hour

Been to the Ballet Russe? Ridden a Mexican Mule? Indulged in a Hanky Panky? If the answer is yes, you can scratch those three off this list of 100 drinks any self-respecting tippler has to try. Once you've sipped one, grab a coin and scratch off its foil to reveal a bright and bold illustration underneath. As you scratch more and more squares free, a cocktail-themed illustration is revealed. Mixology meisters and boozy bohos will enjoy chronicling their cocktails. Please remember to scratch responsibly. Made in the UK, which gave us the Sidecar and the Vesper (James Bond's drink in Casino Royale).

Made from
300 gsm wood-free gloss paper
Measurements
23.2" H x 16.5" W
Ingredients
Care
All art on paper should be protected from moisture and from prolonged, direct sunlight.
Item ID
48287

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