The head banquet man at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in New York City started serving the concoction as a menu staple in 1938.
The concoction was simply known as the “oil,” which was squirted under the tongue to help boost recovery after races.
But when she returned home to the U.S., the keenly inquisitive Kavita decided to think of other applications for the concoction.
But how does he fit in to this concoction of bohemian aesthetics?
He continued to struggle to quit even after of one of his rap idols, Pimp C, died from an overdose of the concoction in 2007.
No, I think it has gone out of date, or perhaps its concoction is one of the lost arts.
"The concoction of the draught has been perfect," said he, in answer to Georgiana's look.
Steep together for a whole moon, stirring the concoction every four hours during the daytime, and as often as you wake o' nights.
In the south of France they make a concoction from the residue of grapes.
If a concoction, then I have reason to assume that the little girl wants to make me jealous and so has not lost interest in me.
1530s, "digestion," from Latin concoctionem (nominative concoctio) "digestion," noun of action from past participle stem of concoquere (see concoct). Meaning "preparation of a medicinal potion" is from 1851; sense of "a made-up story" is from 1823.