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Digestivi

In this play on a classic digestivo, the combination of the natural rosé with the tannins from the teas and the fruitiness of strawberry and hibiscus are accentuated and intensified…

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Vieux Carré

Stanley Clisby Arthur, author of Famous New Orleans Drinks and How to Mix ‘Em, attributed this drink’s original recipe to the Hotel Monteleone, located in the NOLA's Vieux Carré (French…

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French 75

Named after a French gun used in World War I—a not-so-subtle nod to the drink's lethalness—the Champagne cocktail was made famous at Harry’s New York Bar in Paris in the…

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Grand Marnier

(n.) A French brand of orange-flavored liqueur used in mixed drinks, served neat as a digestif or used as an ingredient in desserts (most famously, flambéed in Crepes Suzette). Created…