The actual Pendennis Club is a dining and social institution in Louisville, Kentucky, some 130 years old and deeply garlanded with its city's history. It has long billed itself as the birthplace of the old-fashioned, a debate that has raged long and loud but one for which I'd prefer to stay on the sidelines. Instead, what I've wanted to know for many years is, who cooked up the actual Pendennis Club Cocktail, and why, in the middle of the bourbon belt, would this namesake house drink be composed with gin?

Curiously enough, the Pendennis Club itself doesn't seem to know exactly where, how, when, or who first concocted the drink.

Hinkebein also brought my attention to a further historical question. The Juniper Club , a private hunting and fishing camp founded in 1897 in central Florida and still operated by members of the Pendennis Club, serves, naturally, a Juniper Club Cocktail, consisting of gin, Cointreau, lemon or lime juice, and Peychaud's bitters—technically a White Lady with a dollop of Peychaud's, but an awfully short evolutionary leap from the Pendennis. Which begat which?

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Pendennis Castle was built as a consequence of international tensions between England, France and the Holy Roman Empire in the final years of the reign of King Henry VIII

It is an extension of each member’s home. It is purely a social organization. It is not a businessman’s club. It has no business except to serve its members. It knows nothing of politics or religion except that its members may or may not be of one persuasion or another.

No one has a right to be a member. Membership is not hereditary, nor is there such thing as a corporate membership, to be passed from one holding a corporate office for the time being to the one who succeeds him.

The Pendennis Club is a gathering of friends, where decency, decorum, civility, good manners and the social graces are still very much in style.

The actual Pendennis Club is a dining and social institution in Louisville, Kentucky, some 130 years old and deeply garlanded with its city's history. It has long billed itself as the birthplace of the old-fashioned, a debate that has raged long and loud but one for which I'd prefer to stay on the sidelines. Instead, what I've wanted to know for many years is, who cooked up the actual Pendennis Club Cocktail, and why, in the middle of the bourbon belt, would this namesake house drink be composed with gin?

Curiously enough, the Pendennis Club itself doesn't seem to know exactly where, how, when, or who first concocted the drink.

Hinkebein also brought my attention to a further historical question. The Juniper Club , a private hunting and fishing camp founded in 1897 in central Florida and still operated by members of the Pendennis Club, serves, naturally, a Juniper Club Cocktail, consisting of gin, Cointreau, lemon or lime juice, and Peychaud's bitters—technically a White Lady with a dollop of Peychaud's, but an awfully short evolutionary leap from the Pendennis. Which begat which?

The History of Pendennis: His Fortunes and Misfortunes, His Friends and His Greatest Enemy (1848–1850) is a novel by the English author William Makepeace Thackeray ...

The History of Pendennis has 267 ratings and 23 reviews. K. said: If I write anything in the review, it will contain spoilers. So, if you care, don't rea...

Pendennis Castle was built as a consequence of international tensions between England, France and the Holy Roman Empire in the final years of the reign of King Henry VIII

It is an extension of each member’s home. It is purely a social organization. It is not a businessman’s club. It has no business except to serve its members. It knows nothing of politics or religion except that its members may or may not be of one persuasion or another.

No one has a right to be a member. Membership is not hereditary, nor is there such thing as a corporate membership, to be passed from one holding a corporate office for the time being to the one who succeeds him.

The Pendennis Club is a gathering of friends, where decency, decorum, civility, good manners and the social graces are still very much in style.

We are delighted to offer our website to be viewed in multiple languages. All you need to do is selected your preferred language from the drop down box below.

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Books and journals
Morley, B, The Castles of Pendennis and St Mawes, (1988), 2-14
Other
Project proposals in file, Cornwall Archaeological Unit, Pendennis Project proposals,
Project proposals in file, Cornwall Archaeological Unit, The Pendennis Project,
SMR 18709.21 and .22,
SMR 18709.23,
SMR 18709.31,
SMR 18709.41,
SMR 18709.43,
SMR 18709.53,
SMR 18709.55,
SMR 18709.76, .73, .77, .86, .71,
SMR 18709.82,
SMR 18709.85,

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The actual Pendennis Club is a dining and social institution in Louisville, Kentucky, some 130 years old and deeply garlanded with its city's history. It has long billed itself as the birthplace of the old-fashioned, a debate that has raged long and loud but one for which I'd prefer to stay on the sidelines. Instead, what I've wanted to know for many years is, who cooked up the actual Pendennis Club Cocktail, and why, in the middle of the bourbon belt, would this namesake house drink be composed with gin?

Curiously enough, the Pendennis Club itself doesn't seem to know exactly where, how, when, or who first concocted the drink.

Hinkebein also brought my attention to a further historical question. The Juniper Club , a private hunting and fishing camp founded in 1897 in central Florida and still operated by members of the Pendennis Club, serves, naturally, a Juniper Club Cocktail, consisting of gin, Cointreau, lemon or lime juice, and Peychaud's bitters—technically a White Lady with a dollop of Peychaud's, but an awfully short evolutionary leap from the Pendennis. Which begat which?

The actual Pendennis Club is a dining and social institution in Louisville, Kentucky, some 130 years old and deeply garlanded with its city's history. It has long billed itself as the birthplace of the old-fashioned, a debate that has raged long and loud but one for which I'd prefer to stay on the sidelines. Instead, what I've wanted to know for many years is, who cooked up the actual Pendennis Club Cocktail, and why, in the middle of the bourbon belt, would this namesake house drink be composed with gin?

Curiously enough, the Pendennis Club itself doesn't seem to know exactly where, how, when, or who first concocted the drink.

Hinkebein also brought my attention to a further historical question. The Juniper Club , a private hunting and fishing camp founded in 1897 in central Florida and still operated by members of the Pendennis Club, serves, naturally, a Juniper Club Cocktail, consisting of gin, Cointreau, lemon or lime juice, and Peychaud's bitters—technically a White Lady with a dollop of Peychaud's, but an awfully short evolutionary leap from the Pendennis. Which begat which?

The History of Pendennis: His Fortunes and Misfortunes, His Friends and His Greatest Enemy (1848–1850) is a novel by the English author William Makepeace Thackeray ...

The History of Pendennis has 267 ratings and 23 reviews. K. said: If I write anything in the review, it will contain spoilers. So, if you care, don't rea...

Pendennis Castle was built as a consequence of international tensions between England, France and the Holy Roman Empire in the final years of the reign of King Henry VIII

The actual Pendennis Club is a dining and social institution in Louisville, Kentucky, some 130 years old and deeply garlanded with its city's history. It has long billed itself as the birthplace of the old-fashioned, a debate that has raged long and loud but one for which I'd prefer to stay on the sidelines. Instead, what I've wanted to know for many years is, who cooked up the actual Pendennis Club Cocktail, and why, in the middle of the bourbon belt, would this namesake house drink be composed with gin?

Curiously enough, the Pendennis Club itself doesn't seem to know exactly where, how, when, or who first concocted the drink.

Hinkebein also brought my attention to a further historical question. The Juniper Club , a private hunting and fishing camp founded in 1897 in central Florida and still operated by members of the Pendennis Club, serves, naturally, a Juniper Club Cocktail, consisting of gin, Cointreau, lemon or lime juice, and Peychaud's bitters—technically a White Lady with a dollop of Peychaud's, but an awfully short evolutionary leap from the Pendennis. Which begat which?

The History of Pendennis: His Fortunes and Misfortunes, His Friends and His Greatest Enemy (1848–1850) is a novel by the English author William Makepeace Thackeray ...

The History of Pendennis has 267 ratings and 23 reviews. K. said: If I write anything in the review, it will contain spoilers. So, if you care, don't rea...

Pendennis Castle was built as a consequence of international tensions between England, France and the Holy Roman Empire in the final years of the reign of King Henry VIII

It is an extension of each member’s home. It is purely a social organization. It is not a businessman’s club. It has no business except to serve its members. It knows nothing of politics or religion except that its members may or may not be of one persuasion or another.

No one has a right to be a member. Membership is not hereditary, nor is there such thing as a corporate membership, to be passed from one holding a corporate office for the time being to the one who succeeds him.

The Pendennis Club is a gathering of friends, where decency, decorum, civility, good manners and the social graces are still very much in style.

We are delighted to offer our website to be viewed in multiple languages. All you need to do is selected your preferred language from the drop down box below.

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