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# 8

The #8 is the first drink in the PDT Cocktail Book by Jim Meehan. Bartender Daniel Eun created it in 2008.


2 oz Reposado Tequila, 0.75 oz Sherry, 0.5 oz Bärenjäger Honey Liqueur, 2 dashes Orange Bitters, garnish: Lemon twist… 53 more words


Fairbank Cocktail

Creme de Noyaux has appeared in fiction as the vehicle for cyanide poisoning, due to the presence in apricot kernels of aromatic chemicals that break down into hydrocyanic acid when mixed with water. 137 more words


Carpano Dry, my new Best Friend

We’ve gathered together today to talk about Carpano Dry, my new fave Vermouthy. That’s right, from the house of Carpano, makers of the universally beloved… 477 more words


Shaken vs. Stirred

This week we decided to look at the difference of shaking vs. stirring a drink. The accepted wisdom is that anything with fruit juice should be shaken and anything clear should be stirred. 622 more words


Imperial March

The Imperial March by Jessica Gonzalez (2011) found in

Death & Co´s Modern Classic Cocktails.


1 and 1/2 oz. Gin (the original recipe asks for Martin Miller´s Westbourne-Strength Gin, sub´t by Gordon’s London Dry Gin – 47.5% ABV), 1 oz. 59 more words



I was relaxing with my husband after a long day, and mixed this beautiful and delicious cocktail to enjoy, infusing the evening with even more warmth and ease. 64 more words


Chaplin and a visit to Karl May

A few weeks ago I visited the Karl May Bar in the Kempinski Hotel in Dresden/ Germany.  If you are near Dresden, do not miss this opportunity to have a world class drink there. 71 more words

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