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SHAKE first four ingredients with ice and strain into glass filled with crushed ice. TOP with soda.
Pisco's character shines through the sweetened pineapple fruit in this long, refreshing classic.
This recipe is adapted from John Lannes' recipe, owner of the famous Bank Exchange when it closed in 1920.
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