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Confessions of a Mixologist: Wild Strawberry

This cocktail is essentially the adult version of a strawberry limeade. It's a bright, sour and tart mix that will have you salivating for more. Its main spirit ingredient is Cachaça. If you're not familiar with the sugarcane spirit, we highly recommend you try it.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Lion's Tail

Never heard of it? All you need to know is that it's another cocktail with bourbon, and it's fantastic. There's not much history on this mixology masterpiece besides the fact it was probably created before prohibition.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Pegu Club

So the story goes, this classic dates back to the early 1920's and was served at Burma's Pegu Club in Rangoon, Burma to men of elite status within the government and such. This gin-based gem is simple to make but is full of complex and robust flavors.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Negroni

If you're not familiar with this classic cocktail, it is widely known as an aperitif but most certainly can be enjoyed as a cocktail at any time. The drink's origins are pretty much unknown but what we do know is how it got its name.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Patio Season

This cocktail is everything that embodies summer. The citrus vodka and grapefruit bitters are the defining touch in this cocktail. It makes for a fresh, floral and citrus-flavored summer sipper that you should totally enjoy outside on your deck, patio, porch, sidewalk, rooftop...
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Mezcal Mule

Mezcal is definitely becoming a new fan favorite. The growing number of mezcals on our shelves prove just that. Try the fine spirit for yourself in this traditional cocktail usually made with vodka.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Dublin Donkey

Here's an Irish twist to an everyday cocktail. A typical Dark and Stormy calls for rum, but the Dublin Donkey calls for Jameson Select Black Barrel. The addition of ginger beer allows the vanilla and spice flavors from the whiskey to shine.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Death in the Afternoon

Don't be frightened by the name. Esteemed American author, Ernest Hemingway invented this cocktail and named it after his 1935 novel, Death in the Afternoon. It's definitely a powerful drink, but you will love it. Mardi Gras goers substitute mimosas for this iconic cocktail.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Brandy Milk Punch

The classic New Orleans cocktail, the Brandy Milk Punch tends to get pushed behind other iconic Mardi Gras drinks. With over 300 options of brandies, you have a lot of options. You'll see this traditional mid-day treat on almost every brunch menu in New Orleans.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Tom Collins

Dating back to the late 80s, this gin cocktail has a home on most, if not all, beverage menus.
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