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BLEND all ingredients with 12oz crushed ice and serve with straws
Orange slice & mint sprig
Well-balanced, refreshing spirit and orange. Not sweet.
With pisco in the place of cognac.
Created by Victor Bergeron and this recipe adapted from his 'Trader Vic's Bartender's Guide' (1972 revised edition).
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Pear & Cardamom Sidecar
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