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Rene Fernando Gonzalez combines childhood memories and the local flavor of Veracruz, Mexico to make a truly delicious cocktail.
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Nadav Ariel from Tel Aviv's 223 Bar talks about following your dreams and remembering your roots.
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It may sound like a strange combination, but cranberry and Tabasco mix together surprisingly well.
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Laphroaig's subtle smokiness is emphasized with the classic combination of salt and dark chocolate.
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This cocktail is all about escapism. We take a classic daiquiri and give it both the tiki treatment and the elegance of an Italian cocktail.
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Cardamom highlights the characteristic smokiness of Lapsang souchong in this whiskey cocktail.
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Sweet with just a touch of bitterness, just like the play it's named after.
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"The North Land Reviver was created as a tribute to Copenhagen, to its colorful creativity, healthy Nordic lifestyle and Danish drinking culture."
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Raise a glass to liberty with mezcal, Chianti, and pistachio orgeat.
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This isn't your grandfather's Cognac: these five recipes take a 21st century approach to the French brandy.
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