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TV drink pairing: that goes with your favorite series

The US streaming service HBO Max just announced that the cult series "Sex and the City" (1998-2004) will see a new edition in ten episodes under the title "And just like that ..." - but without one of the four main actresses: Kim Cattrall. Fans of the series are full of anticipation and raise their glasses, filled with something so typical of the series, of course Cosmopolitan. We took the news as an opportunity, and we went after the Top 10 drinks from popular series looked around, with which you can make the corona lockdown evening a bit more pleasant.

Sex and the City - Cosmopolitan

When Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda meet to gossip in a hip New York bar, then in the cult series it is usually one of them Cosmopolitan accompanied. The vodka drink runs like a red thread through the series, which was broadcast in six seasons. This is how it is mixed.

Game of Thrones - Johnnie Walkler, Ale and (Dornish) Wine

"I drink and I know things," said Tyrion Lannister, one of the main characters in the front "Game of Thrones". And indeed, the HBO hit series likes to look deep into the glass - whether it's ale or Dornish Wine. For the finale of the saga, just in time for the start of the eighth season, Johnny Walker even brought out his own White Walker Whiskey Limited Edition.

"Everything's better with some wine in the belly."
Tyrion Lannister

The Simpsons - beer

What is Homer Simpson's favorite drink? Correct, Duff Beer. In the longest running US animated series by Matt Groening, which has been produced since 1989, the main character also likes to have his beer poured in "Moe's Tavern". Since "duff" (English for "worthless") stands for a cheap mash product, we prefer a craft beer from our favorite regional brewery in our glass for the Simpsons session.

Futurama - Jägermeister

Let's stay in Animation genre and with Matt Groening: In the episode "Panic on Spaceship Titanic" of his cult series, which has won six Emmy awards Futurama the humanoid robot Bender can mix a drink from Pennzoil motor oil and Jägermeister. We prefer to forego unearthly pleasure and stick with a simple Jägermeister Coffee Brew.

Mad Men - Old Fashioned

The drama series revolves around a fictional advertising agency in New York's 1960s. Not only with the main actor Don Draper, an old fashioned typical of this era regularly comes into the glass.

Narcos - tequila

The Netflix series covers the history of the Drug cartels in the 1980s and 1990s in Colombia - the first two seasons focus on Pablo Escobar and the Medellín cartel - resp. Mexico. A tequila drink is the perfect match - how about a Buen Dia, for example?

Gilmore Girls - Coffee (with a shot)

In addition to Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, some coffees are among the main characters in the popular series "Gilmore Girls". 397 cups are drunk in the 153 episodes, most of them in "Luke's Diner". But because this is about cocktails, we mix an espresso martini that goes with the coffee theme.

Absolutely Fabulous - Bolli Stoli

"Sweetie darling, what are you drinking?" Asks Edina Monsoon (Jennifer Saunders) her congenial series partner Patsy Stone (Joanna Lumley). This answers "Bolli Stoli, darling." And by that means the combination Bollinger champagne and Stolichnaya vodka. The "drink" is just as cult as the series with its unique British humor. We mix a French 75 to go with it, with gin in the cocktail glass instead of vodka - very British!

Scrubs - appletini

The Sitcom started in 2001 and revolves around the life of young doctors in the Everyday hospital life - above all leading actor Dr. John Michael »J. D. «Dorian, played by Zach Braff. His favorite drink on the show is that Appletini, whose recipe he revealed in the run-up to the US presidential election at the end of 2020 together with his serial colleague Donald Faison to mobilize voters - mix it up now!

James Bond - Vesper Martini

Not a series in the classic sense, but a must when it comes to cult characters and drinks. "Shaken, not stirred" is the motto when mixing a Vesper Martini à la Bond.