Pear puree, gin, and rosemary give this autumnal cocktail a crisp, woody sweetness, robust density, and sour, crackling effervescence.
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The traditional Puerto Rican eggnog is a favorite throughout the Carribean.
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Galliano, a sweet herbal liqueur is floated atop stirred orange juice and vodka.
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The tequila is tempered with crème de cassis, ginger syrup and a fresh squeezed lime.
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This light cocktail of brandy and the sweet herbal liqueur Chartreuse Juane will have you feeling like sauntering down the Champs-Élysées in Paris.
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This drink is a French favorite, pairing sweet seasonal strawberries with fruity red wine.
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The French 75 was first made with cognac; the British altered the recipe getting rid of the cognac and adding French brandy and dry gin to the mix.
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Gin was invented in Holland, where it was called jenever for the juniper berries with which it is flavored.
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Campari, a bitter made from herbs and fruit infused in alcohol and water gives the Negroni its classic red color.
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When Ernest Hemingway “liberated” the bar at L’Hotel Ritz in Paris in 1944, he bought martinis for everybody.
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