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Confessions of a Mixologist: Moonlight Graham

Ginger and raspberry syrups mix eloquently and blend well with Armagnac and Fernet Branca to make one deliciously smooth drink.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Cobble Cobble

If you've never had raspberry liqueur, you're in for a treat. The small amount needed for this cocktail goes a long way and mixes perfectly with the amaro and rum. The Cobble Cobble is excellent for brunch or to pair with your Thanksgiving dinner.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Buenas Tardes Amigo

Breakfast cocktails, anyone? Bartender Kyle mixed this tropical concoction and we can't get enough. It's full of tropical, fruity goodness. The Chareau Aloe Liqueur and guava adds banana, melon and pear flavors to the mix, while the Aperol provides a citrus kick.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Allerton Garden

Ever been to the island of Kauai? It's home to blooming hibiscus flowers, a tropical rainforest and the Allerton Garden. The reposado, rhubarb and hibiscus flavors blend perfectly in this tequila drinker's dream.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Et Tu Brute

"Et Tu, Brute," Caesar's famous last words. Betrayal is most commonly perceived as a bad thing, but in the case of this cocktail, we thought just the opposite. Et Tu Brute drinks like a creamsicle but kicks like a bourbon on the rocks.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Sangria

Nothing says summer like a big pitcher of sangria. The best part of mixing up sangria is that you can make it completely your own. Kiwi? Sure! Honey? Go for it! Brandy? The more the merrier. We like to mix ours with a splash of pineapple juice and Cognac.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Margarita Classics

There's a reason that when you think Mexican food, the first cocktail that comes to mind is the margarita. The citrus and sweet character is a timeless match with spicy, salty, saucy Mexican cuisine. If you're looking to impress, these two tips will help you make the perfect, crowd-pleasing margarita.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Hot Toddy Pimento

Wait - before you click the back button, this isn't your every day Hot Toddy. Instead of tea Bartender Angie uses pimento dram for a chai like spicy character. We don't have a medical degree, but Angie's Hot Toddy Pimento will cure all of your ills.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Veel Geluk

Veel Geluk, which means 'good luck' in Dutch, is a mix of genever from Holland and raspberry liqueur. If you've ever had genever you are aware it can be tough to swallow on its own. When mixed with the raspberry liquor the sweetness balances out the bitterness of the gin. Bartender Angie created this cocktail and enjoys mixing it up for her husband.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Tiki Drink

As of late, there is an immense interest for tiki-inspired drinks. Bartender Angie came up with one that's sure to make you feel like your toes are inches deep in the sand. It's quite literally called Tiki Drink, and is full of all the sunshine you'll ever need.
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