Tom Collins (record producer). Tom Collins (born Bernie Tom Collins on May 30, 1942) is an American music producer and publisher in Nashville, Tennessee who has received three CMA Awards as Producer of the Year, and seven Grammy nominations. He produced a steady stream of country music hits over a 30-year span from artists including Ronnie Milsap, Barbara Mandrell, Sylvia, Tom T. Hall, Jim Ed Brown, James Galway, Marie Osmond, and Steve Wariner
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The Tom Collins is a type of Collins cocktail made from gin, lemon juice, sugar, and carbonated water. It was others, who came after Thomas, the father of American mixology, who changed the Tom Collins from its three main variations into a purely gin drink. The story of the hoax goes something lik. om Collins was a loud and boisterous man who was known to sit in taverns and talk harshly of nearly everyone he’d.
The Tom Collins are a power trio who juggle their influences - such as Television, The Rolling Stones, Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin - without losing their own identity in the realm of hard rock. They have since released two albums: Deep Cuts (2001) and Daylight Tonight (2005).
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The Tom Collins falls into the category of popular gin and soda drinks. While some of these call for a specific soda (think gin and tonic), others leave it up to the drinker and bartender. Today, it is very common to turn to club soda for the Tom Collins, though any clear carbonated water you have in stock will work. Seltzer straight out of the soda siphon is the most traditional option. Club soda, with its nearly indistinguishable flavor, is the second best choice. The American Collins, for example, adds bing cherries and blueberries to the gin recipe while the lavender Sapphire Collins uses a lavender-flavored syrup for a floral touch. When you want something very unique, try the rhubarb Collins with homemade rhubarb syrup. Don't stop there, either. As you learn to love the Tom Collins and all of its cocktail cousins, you'll begin to daydream about more possibilities. Follow this inspiration and enjoy your new creations.
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