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Confessions of a Mixologist: Mother of Dragons

This one is a real fire breather. Sweet and smokey flavors engross your palate and your tongue is left with the heat from the chile vodka. Lucky for you the citrus saves the day with a cool touch. WARNING: You may have to limit yourself to one glass with this intense, but weirdly intriguing cocktail.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Amber is the Color of Your Energy

Consider this sweet and irresistible cocktail your new brunch go-to. It pairs well with a big pile of french toast or a plate of egg bennies. It's refreshing and is 10x better when enjoyed outside. On a patio. Under the sun.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Uncle Buck

Your typical mule or buck cocktail contains ginger ale or ginger beer and citrus juice. We've added rum and Swedish punsch to our mix to create a sweet, dark and refreshing version.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Humo Rosa

The Humo Rosa is an intricately mixed cocktail full of sweet and smokey flavors. The Mezcal, ginger liqueur and grenadine flow perfectly together to create an uniquely flavorful spring cocktail.
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Binny's Home Bartender: The Godfather Part II Cocktail Recipe

A traditional Godfather cocktail is made of equal parts scotch and amaretto. A little experimentation led us to our new favorite cocktail. We added coffee liqueur and chocolate bitters to the mix for a "the best part of wakin' up" kind of taste.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Sheridan Road

Bartender Angie built this cocktail around memories she had with her Grandmother. They would often take a drive in the fall down Sheridan Road from the city up to Highland Park and watch all of the leaves change color. Additionally, the rum of choice is Angie's favorite, and she was quite pleased to find that the port mixed perfectly with the gin and bitters.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Cranberry Cowboy

Giddy up, cowboy! This cocktail is reminiscent of Bartender Zack's time camping in Fountain, Colorado. The High West adds the perfect amount of campfire smoke, and blends flawlessly with the cinnamon and cranberry flavors. Suggested pairing: a plate full of gooey s'mores.
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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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