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Broken Bike

The Broken Bike is a riff on the Bicicletta, a sprightly mix of Campari, white wine and sparkling water. This version swaps Campari for Cynar.

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Gin Sour

This version of the lemon, sugar and spirit-based sour strikes a dry and citrusy balance between gin and lemon juice.

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Stinger

This iconic pre-Prohibition cocktail—an unlikely combo of white crème de menthe and cognac shaken and served up—stormed bar menus in the 1920s, becoming a favorite among high society.

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Sloe Gin Fizz

Until recently, sloe gin was best known as a base of such absurdly named collegiate classics as the Alabama Slammer and the Sloe Comfortable Screw, likely due to its provocative purple hue.

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Morning Glory Fizz

From the name, it can be assumed this drink by late-1800s bartender Harry Johnson is meant to ease greeting the day with the hair of the dog.

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Gin Fizz

The gin iteration of the classic 19th century fizz template may be the most famous, but rightly so, especially when it comes to warm-weather drinking.

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Seapea Fizz

It’s said that the Seapea Fizz is named for songwriter and composer Cole Porter. The original version is a simple mix of sugar, lemon and “sweetened Anis” shaken and topped with soda water.

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Ramos Gin Fizz

Walk into any cocktail bar and order a Ramos Gin Fizz and you’ll either be greeted with an aggravated grunt or a delighted bartender eager to shake the hell out of one of the most laborious classics.

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Lawless

In an effort to recreate the time-honored ritual of smoking and drinking, Stephanie Teslar began ingeniously smoking cocktail glasses with tobacco. And what goes with tobacco? Bourbon.

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