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Fall

Italian Apple Martini

Italian Apple Martini

One of the more popular “tini’s” the Italian Apple Martini is a great fall replacement for a regular martini. Tastes much like a crisp slightly sweet apple!
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I’ll Toast to That

I’ll Toast to That

By  •  Fall, Wine, Winter

Awesome champagne cocktail. Perfect for Weddings, Brunches, Bridal Showers or just you and a bottle of Prosecco.
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Hop And Skip

Hop And Skip

Hop and Skip is another dessert drink that will hit all the right notes when you just want to finish the evening with something sweet and right. Just the right amount of kick this drink will help you ease into the right frame of mind.

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Honey Gingerbread

Honey Gingerbread

What a great drink! If you like gingerbread you will love this Honey Gingerbread. Smooth, sweet and flavorful it is a great drink to serve with food and for parties. It will go with anything! The lime cuts the sweetness a little and adds a tart after bite.

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Grin And Bear It

Grin And Bear It

By  •  Fall, Summer, Gin

Gin and juice with just a twist with a taste of Galliano!
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Greased Lighting

Greased Lighting

A twist on a Gin martini with just a touch of cherry brandy to balance out the dry vermouth this cocktail is a slightly sweeter version of the Gin Martini.
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Gingered Whiskey

Gingered Whiskey

Taking Whiskey and Ginger to a whole new level. This cocktail will have you coming back for more!
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Gibson

Gibson

One theory on the origin of the Gibson has Charles Dana Gibson responsible for the creation of the Gibson, when he supposedly asked Charley Connolly, the bartender of the Players Club in New York City, to improve upon the martini’s recipe, so Connolly simply substituted an onion for the olive and named the drink after the patron. Another story given by Charles McCabe of the San Francisco Chronicle states it is from San Francisco. A.P. Gibson remembered that when he was a boy, his great-uncle, prominent San Francisco businessman Walter D. K. Gibson (1864–1938), was said to have created it at the Bohemian Club in the 1890s. Whatever the origin the drink remains a classic twist on the martini. Simple and clean usually served with a single onion it remains a standard.

Frozen Nutty Irishman

Frozen Nutty Irishman

By  •  Fall, Spring, Summer

Bailey’s Frangelico and Ice Cream – yum…
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French Toast

French Toast

Breakfast in a glass, this is so fun and good! Great for a brunch or dessert cocktail!
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