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Second only to the Martini, the Manhattan is one of the most iconic classic cocktails and one of my personal favorites. It’s a sophisticated cocktail named after the city of all cities and has been traced back to circa 1870. The exact history is often debated so I’ll let you read up on that yourself […]

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This is a cocktail that really peaked my interest, I love Bourbon and maple syrup and the foam really makes it interesting. This cocktail is the signature cocktail of Vessel Seattle, where Jamie Boudreau was the former head mixologist. Vessel 75 3 oz Bourbon 3 dashes Peychaud’s Bitters Top with Maple Syrup Foam Rather then […]

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I’ve had this bottle of Campari in my bar for quite some time, I never quite developed a taste for it. So I gave it a second chance, and as it turns out it’s fantastic in the right cocktail. The New Pal cocktail is a twist on the Old Pal cocktail which has a nicer […]

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Today was a great day for cocktails, went to the container store and bought some nice sealable glass containers for my homemade syrups. I then went to Cask on third street in San Francisco and picked up some Fee Brothers bitters (old fashioned bitters, west indies orange bitters and peach bitters) along with an outstanding […]

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It’s no secret I love cocktails with raw egg whites, they add a texture to the drink that takes them to a new dimension. Thanks to Jay @ http://ohgo.sh/ for posting this recipe which he found in a reproduction of a classic cocktail book, it was originally made at the Hoffman House in Manhattan circa […]

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