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Bamboo

A sherry aperitif and one of Japan’s originals, the Bamboo was created in the 1890s at the Grand Hotel In Yokohama, Japan by German bartender Louis Eppinger.

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Satan’s Whiskers

The Satan’s Whiskers first appears in print in Harry Craddock’s Savoy Cocktail Book from 1930, but many attribute the drink to the Embassy Club in Prohibition-era Hollywood.

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Amaris

This drink was a labor of love for New York bartender Aaron Polsky. The Amaris is named for a woman he wanted to win back and combines her favorite ingredients:…

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La Môme

New York City bartender Natasha David's riff on the Martini builds on a base of rose-infused pisco.

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Perfect Manhattan

The "perfect" modifier indicates a combination of dry and sweet vermouths as opposed to the original Manhattan's full measure of sweet vermouth.

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Old Pal

Harry MacElhone of Harry’s Bar in Paris credited his “old pal,” sports journalist and barfly William “Sparrow” Robertson, with the inspiration for this drink.

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Attention

Thanks to the resurgence of absinthe and crème de violette, this lost classic is finding its way back into the barman's repertoire.

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Blue Moon

The Blue Moon was, like the Aviation and the Attention, an early adopter of violet-flavored liqueur, and one of the few classics to specify a red wine float.

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White Monkey

When inventing the White Monkey, Beagle bartender Tom Richter began by taking inspiration from white gazpacho via a pisco base.