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Confessions of a Mixologist: Bellini

It is officially peach season in the Midwest; time to learn how to make a real Bellini. It’s a simple drink but a sublime one when made from scratch.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: San Sebastián Smash

Is it a smash? A sangria? A sparkling wine cocktail? All three? Who cares? It is, undeniably, a deliciously refreshing springtime trip to Spain’s beautiful north coast in one, not so little, glass.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Waterloo Sunset

This fruity, floral, and fizzy delight is the intersection of a French 75, a Kir Royale and an elderflower spritz. It is, seemingly, tailormade for Mother’s Day. So, if you usually bring your mom flowers, why not mix up this liquid bouquet instead.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Chandon Garden Spritz

While you can certainly enjoy the Chandon Garden Spritz simply on the rocks, add some fun with a few garnishes and juice.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Momosa

Mom deserves special treatment every day - not just on Mother's Day. Binny's can't help you with the flowers, but we have you covered for the perfect brunch cocktail.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Holly Berry

Festive cocktails are all the rage this time of year. Dress up your Champagne with some festive additions in this delightful cocktail your guests will love to sip. Party planning pro tip: Allow party goers to choose their own bittering flavor in the Holly Berry.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: 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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Confessions of a Mixologist: 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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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: 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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