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Natasha David, 2014 This take on the Sazerac splits the core between Cognac and rye, but adds a delicate banana liqueur and…

The Bad Santa

Devon Tarby, 2015 Devon Tarby describes why she loves this drink: “The Bad Santa is one of my all time favorites. It…

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Chile has a long history of wine production. It all began in the 16th Century when Spanish conquistadors introduced wine grapes and…

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Dry Vermouth

Dry Vermouths vary by distiller, but some common tastes, such as the signature wormwood, can be found in most. Orange peels, sweet caramel, bitterness, forest herbs, and a little bit of saline can be tasted in most. French, dry vermouths are marked by an added bitterness.