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caipirinha

Caipirinha

Brazilian for “drink of farmers.” Brazil’s most popular spirited potable, the Caipirinha is based on that country’s potent sugarcane bran...

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cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan

Shortened to “Cosmo” by enthusiasts, this drink made a spirited comeback during the raging cocktail revival of the nineties. Sugar-frosti...

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daiquiri

Daiquiri

Legend tells us that American mining engineer Jennings Cox invented the Daiquiri for visitors in 1896, naming it in honor of the nearby v...

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eggnog

Eggnog

A creamy, egg-rich concoction commonly liberally laced with rum, brandy, or bourbon (or a combination of liquors). The eggnog is named af...

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gimlet

Gimlet

The British say that the secret of a truly good gimlet is thorough mixing with ice. If you substitute fresh lime juice for the Rose’s lim...

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martini

Martini

Stir or shake with ice; strain into chilled glass. Garnish as desired with olive or lemon twist. VARIATIONSCajun Martini: Substitute Ja...

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mint-julep

Mint Julep

For many people, the first Saturday in May is synonymous with the running of the Kentucky Derby, which simply would not be complete witho...

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mojito

Mojito

Combine lime juice, sugar, and loose mint leaves in glass; stir well, crushing mint slightly. Fill glass with crushed ice; stir in rum....

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mulled-wine

Mulled Wine

There are dozens of styles of this hot, spiced wine—the spices can vary, fruit may or may not be used, and it may be spirited or not. For...

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sangria

Sangria

The name comes from the Spanish word sangre, “blood,“ after the blood-red color of the classic red-wine sangria. The white-wine version i...

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