Latin Quarter

Originally coming from Death and Co. in New York, the Latin Quarter is essentially a twist on the classic Sazerac.  Two ingredients make this one unique, for starters an aged rum is use as the spirit here instead of the classic rye.  However the interesting twist comes from the addition of mole bitters.  Together though…

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Sazerac, the cocktail of New Orleans

Ultimately another variation of the pre-prohibition “Whiskey Cocktail“, the sazerac is a cocktail that originated in New Orleans.  Believed by some to be the oldest cocktail in America, with documented examples of the drink being made prior to the American Civil War. Things were complicated for almost a century with the Sazerac though, with absinthe…

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Verde Hada

Verde Hada, literally “Green Fairy” for those who speak Spanish. This is a drink that combines two unlikely ingredients, tequila and absinthe. It is the classic old world meets new world, Europe meets America combination. Although the herbal, strong absinthe seems like that last thing to mesh well with the classic Mexican tequila; when you…

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