Our delicious drink for the month of March. A deeply flavored frappe with just the right amount of mint. Made with Andy’s Chocolate Mints, fresh-made white chocolate whipped cream, and topped with gold dust. A refreshing pre-spring delight.
Based on the earlier Kelly tool, the Halligan is a multipurpose tool used in firefighting for prying, twisting, punching, or striking. It consists of a claw (or fork), a blade (wedge or adze), and a tapered pick, which is especially useful in quickly breaching many types of locked doors. The tool is named after Hugh Halligan who was appointed to the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) in 1916 and served until 1959. For 43 years, Chief Halligan devoted himself to the fire service, having served in all bureaus of the department and having risen to the rank of Deputy Chief.