4 cl Vodka
6 cl Grape Juice
6 cl Ginger Ale
In 1961 Dwight Eisenhower retired as President of the United States and started spending his winters playing golf at the El Dorado Country Club in Palm Desert, California, about fifteen miles south of Palm Springs, where Eisenhower maintained a retirement home. The bartenders from El Dorado Country Club served Dwight Eisenhower almost daily at the Locker Room, after his routinely round of golf. The Locker Room was an exclusive complex of rooms with a bar, a lounge with a card room plus shower, steam and massage facilities for its notorious members.
Locker Room members would frequent the bar in a “Men Only” ambiance, gathering for drinks, lunch, a game of poker or just some daily old conversation.
Everyone called Former President Eisenhower “General,” the title he preferred.
Eisenhower’s favorite tipple at the Locker Room was a thirst-quenching concoction, called Transfusion, a mixture he claimed to be his invention.