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Winter

Gimlet

Gimlet

Classic cocktail as simple as it gets, chilled Gin with a squeeze of lime. Refreshing
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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.

Frostbite

Frostbite

Fun cool looking drink great for any Winter party. You can mix these in a batch and pour them into chilled martini glasses for a fun start to the evening.
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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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Fall in Tennessee

Fall in Tennessee

Fall in Tennessee is the quintessential Fall Drink. Smooth and sweet with a back end of ginger this one checks all the boxes.
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Dusty Rose

Sweet and girly with a hint of chocolate covered cherries, this is a great cocktail for people who don’t drink much or like to keep it light.
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Drosselmeyers Nightcap

Drosselmeyers Nightcap

A unique and flavorful cocktail this is not for those who like sweet. This has a rum and rootbeer taste with the additional spice tastes of clove and ginger.
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Devils Food Chocolate Martini

Devils Food Chocolate Martini

Nothing says the holidays like a little sparkle!  We made a kickin’ Devils Food Chocolate Martini and added chocolate stars and real editable gold flakes.  (available on Amazon)  This is a fun girly drink and one of the few that when you finish the drink well you have to eat the chocolate stars.  Oh darn!  Holiday cocktails should be fun and that’s just what this one is, fun.

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Death in the Afternoon

Death in the Afternoon

By  •  Wine, Fall, Winter

Champion drinker Ernest Hemingway claimed to have invented the Death in the Afternoon, a risky pairing of absinthe and Champagne, himself.
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Dark and Stormy

Dark and Stormy

Dark And Stormy gained popularity during the 70’s and has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years. Popular down under it is a great drink with a strong kick!

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