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Muddle mint leaves in collins glass with crushed ice, shake rest of ingredients and strain into glass. Top with crushed ice.
Mint sprig and 2 cherries on a cocktail skewer.
Created by Jonas Gudnson from Apotek Restaurant, Reykjavik, Iceland for the 2016 Cherry Heering Classic Challenge.
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