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Binny's Home Bartender: Aperol Spritz

Looking to up your brunch game? Give the Aperol Spritz a try. You might not want to indulge in a "bottomless Aperol Spritz" marathon (it's tempting) but one or two of these with a plate of fruit makes for a lovely and fresh treat.
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Binny's Home Bartender: French 75

This gin-soaked sparkling cocktail takes its name from an historic 75mm field cannon. You might guess why: this drink packs a big kick. Like, really big
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Binny's Home Bartender: 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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Binny's Home Bartender: 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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Binny's Home Bartender: 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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Binny's Home Bartender: Peppermint Grasshopper

If you're ready to mix and mingle and jingle... your cocktail... get ready for the Peppermint Grasshopper! It's making a comeback, kids. The Grasshopper your grandparents used to drink.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Kir Germain

Everyone knows the classic cocktail Kir. It's a mix of sparkling wine and raspberry liquor such as Chambord. Use Champagne and you have a Kir Royale. We are taking it a step further with the inclusion of one of our favorite herbal liquors, St. Germain Elderflower.
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