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  • Caipirinha

    Caipirinha

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    A little bit hard to say, but very easy to drink - the Caipirinha is Brazil's national cocktail from São Paulo, traditionally made with cachaça, sugar, and lime.You can make a version of this drink with light rum, but for the real taste definitely grab a bottle of cachaça if you can find it. It's incredibly easy to make it - just add all...
  • Equilibrium

    Equilibrium

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    A cocktail that balances delicate floral flavors with a kick of spicy bitters? Call us in. This equilibrium of flavor profiles is perfectly executed for a light yet bold cocktail that will keep you longing for another sip. 
  • Green Icicle

    Green Icicle

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    This is a refreshing cocktail perfect for your next garden party, porch hang or picnic date. Cool cucumber and mint make for a light and easy to drink sip, with a relatively low alcohol content and the addition of iced green tea for even more refreshment value. It's light and bright enough to enjoy another!
  • Bunny Mary

    Bunny Mary

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    Meet your new favorite brunch cocktail, the Bunny Mary! A vibrant blend of carrot sweetness, and savory dill create a refreshing and elevated drinking experience. We like adding a dash of hot sauce for an extra kick, but customize this recipe to your tastes. Enjoy on a warm Spring day!
  • The Declaration

    The Declaration

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    If anyone knows what to make for St. Patrick's Day, it's the folks at Drink - a craft cocktail bar in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston. In their words, they are "a bar that throws a cocktail party every night" - and we can get behind that.When creating this cocktail, mixologist Ezra Star tells Esquire.com, "I built the flavors of the cocktail around...
  • The Dead Rabbit Irish Coffee

    The Dead Rabbit Irish Coffee

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    Irish Coffee is a classic drink that almost everyone loves. Who can resist a hot comforting coffee, richened with creamy liqueur? But the version that Liquor.com shared with their readers from Aiden Bowie, bar manager at famous Irish bar The Dead Rabbit in New York City, gets special treatment with rich demerara syrup instead of standard simple syrup, and a slightly more sophisticated treatment...
  • Pot Of Gold

    Pot Of Gold

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    If you're looking for a St. Patrick's Day sip that goes beyond beer that's dyed green, we're with you. We're all for celebrating this classically festive holiday with a drink, and this one truly lives up to its' name. Irish Whiskey is a must (Jameson works here, or splurge on a Knappogue Castle 12 Year), and it's complemented with a slightly peaty Scotch for...
  • Aromatic Citrus Mimosa

    Aromatic Citrus Mimosa

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    An herbaceous and balanced twist on a classic mimosa, this brunchtime favorite will elevate your late-morning sipping beyond the boring. Camp Craft Cocktail's Aromatic Citrus cocktail infusion includes rosemary, thyme, and bitters to balance the sweetness of citrus from dried oranges. Infuse with gin or vodka, mix it up with some fresh OJ and top it off with Prosecco - then wonder why we...
  • Cucumber Ginger Sparkler

    Cucumber Ginger Sparkler

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    The Cucumber Ginger Sparkler delivers a dose of freshness directly to your tastebuds. This punchy and refreshing mocktail is perfect for midday sipping and as an afternoon pick-me-up.
  • Spicy Mango Slush

    Spicy Mango Slush

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    This refreshing summer slush combines the sweet heat of our Mango Habanero syrup with frozen pineapple and mango chunks. Skip the straw for an extra kick when you drink directly from the Tajin-coated rim.
  • Strawberry Basil Lemon-Limeade

    Strawberry Basil Lemon-Limeade

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    This easy mocktail recipe is a fresh blast of citrus and herbs to refresh any day! Feel free to get creative with the recipe and experiment with different syrups and citrus. We personally really love the Strawberry Basil in lemonades and limeades, so we decided to use the syrup to create a mixture of both.
  • Bitters & Soda Recipes - 4 Versions To Try

    Bitters & Soda Recipes - 4 Versions To Try

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    Whether you're observing Dry January, cutting back on the booze overall, or just looking for an alternative to your regular cocktail hour, bitters & soda should definitely be a part of your rotation. This is a classic way to enjoy a drink that feels like a cocktail, without the alcohol - and for good reason. It's super simple, it's versatile, and the flavor combinations...
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