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Bastille

Spirituous and herbal. A great alternative to an Old-Fashioned , as a late-night sipper.

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Roosevelt Cocktail #2

Rye whiskeys’ strength and spice cuts through and dries the rich sultana notes of PX sherry with the bitters, particularly the walnut bitters, adding

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Blue Nightcap

Two different sherries, honey and coffee combine with cognac and walnut bitters to produce an after dinner cocktail.

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Bon Vivant

Full-bodied like the rum that so influences herbal-influenced this late-night tipple.

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Fedora Sour

As David says of his drink, “Much like its namesake garment this drink is simultaneously sharp and smooth; and whilst it's rather cool, it's also likely

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Splifficated Beat

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Created in 2018 by Pavel Zdarsky at The Spiffy Dapper, Singapore.

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Black Walnut Manhattan

I find that adding a full ounce of the higher proof amaro makes this a bit too strong of a drink. So I prefer it with a combination of vermouth and amaro.

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Black Walnut Manhattan

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Black Manhattan, but use black walnut bitters!

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Black Walnut Old Fashioned

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Old Fashioned

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Fourth and Rusk

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I've also tried with half and half, YMMV. Also, the official recipe called for Giffard Banane du Bresil liqueur. It's on my list of buys, but I used regular

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Midnight on Madison

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Classic Manhattan with a contemporary update, developed by myself, Rob Holden.

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Mongol in the French Quarter

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A Vieux Carre variation based on the Death & Co. recipe developed by myself, Rob Holden.

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Southern Smoke

A really funky, yet delicious combination of earthy and verdant cachaça, smoky mezcal, and pisco combine well with almond syrup and 2 kinds of bitters