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From the medicine cabinet to the bar, bitters have a long history of curing ailments and flavoring drinks. Though they may seem mysterious, at…

How to Make Homemade Bitters

From the medicine cabinet to the bar, bitters have a long history of curing ailments and flavoring drinks. Though they may seem mysterious, at heart, bitters

Kentucky Mule  2 oz Woodford Reserve Bourbon .5 oz lime juice Ginger beer

Kentucky Mule

Kentucky Mule: Who says you can’t have your copper mug and your bourbon, too? This twist on the Moscow Mule pairs American whiskey and ginger beer for a refreshing summer cocktail.

What to Make With Campari: 16 Cocktails Everyone Should Know

What to Make With Campari: 16 Cocktails Everyone Should Know

Campari Cocktails, Cocktail Shots, Bar Drinks, Dark Red, Cocktail Recipes, Drink Recipes, Craft Cocktails, Alcoholic Beverages, Liqueurs

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Sidecar Cocktail Recipe with Blood Orange Juice

Classic sidecar cocktail recipe that uses blood orange juice. This blood orange sidecar cocktail recipe is easy and a great New Years eve cocktail sidecar

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Chatham Artillery Punch for George Washington

Chatham Artillery Punch is a potent cocktail that& been around since the Colonial era. This version of the recipe pays homage to George Washington.

The Old Fashioned is a serious cocktail and it is one you really should know how to make at home. Recipe on inspiredtaste.net | @inspiredtaste

Seriously Good Old Fashioned

Woodland Bitters: bourbon, pecans, walnuts, cloves, cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, vanilla bean, devil's club root, cinchona bark, black walnut leaf, wild cherry bark, cassia chips, gentian root, sarsaparilla root & maple syrup.

Woodland Bitters

Gastronaut: How to Make Bitters -- Infused with herbs and roots, bitters add depth and balance to cocktails.

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