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Napoleon's Vice      1 1/2 ounces Amontillado sherry, such as Hidalgo Napoleon     1 ounce aged rum such as Ron Diplomatico (Angostura 1919 works nicely, too)     1/2 ounce Benedictine     1/2 ounce unsweetened pineapple juice (fresh is best)     1/4 ounce pineapple gum syrup (see note above)     1/4 ounce freshly squeezed juice from 1 lemon     2 dashes Angostura bitters     Crushed ice     Freshly grated nutmeg

"We ended up with a perfect compromise between the dryness of the sherry and the richness of the rum," he says. "Toss a little nutmeg on top for garnish and you have winter Tiki.

DUNMORE COBBLER    2 oz. amontillado sherry 1 oz. pineapple syrup (Small Hand Foods recommended, or use homemade) ½ oz. blended scotch whisky ½ oz. fresh lemon juice 3 dashes Angostura bitters Tools: shaker Glass: Collins Garnish: pineapple wedge  Shake ingredients with crushed ice and pour into a chilled glass. Dash bitters on top; garnish.

pineapple syrup (Small Hand Foods recommended, or use homemade) ½ oz. fresh lemon juice Top with 3 dashes Angostura bitters Garnish: pineapple wedge

Flor de Jerez 1½ ounces amontillado sherry ½ ounce rum, preferably Appleton Reserve ¾ ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice ½ ounce simple syrup ¼ ounce apricot liqueur, preferably Rothman & Winter Orchard Apricot 1 dash Angostura bitters

Flor de Jerez 1½ ounces amontillado sherry ½ ounce rum, preferably Appleton Reserve ¾ ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice ½ ounce simple syrup ¼ ounce apricot liqueur, preferably Rothman & Winter Orchard Apricot 1 dash Angostura bitters

Trinidad Cobbler 1.5 oz Lustau amontillado sherry .5 oz Angostura 7-year rum .75 oz pineapple-cinnamon demerara .5 oz fresh lemon juice .25 oz Angostura aromatic bitters 4 orange wedges Garnish: grated cinnamon, large mint sprig, orange wheel, pineapple leaves

Drumbar's Elizabeth Mickiewicz won the regional competition with her Trinidad Cobbler.

Smooth Operator 1½ ounces of good dark rum (like Brugal Añejo) 1½ ounces of oloroso ¼ ounce of lemon juice ½ ounce of agave syrup garnish with a lemon wheel

5 Signs You're in a Good Cocktail Bar

Smooth Operator ounces of good dark rum (like Brugal Añejo) ounces of oloroso ¼ ounce of lemon juice ½ ounce of agave syrup garnish with a lemon wheel

Hamilton Beach 1½ ounces of bourbon (Old Forester) 1½ ounces of oloroso ½ ounce of lemon juice ¾ ounce of simple syrup ¾ ounce of black tea (steep 1 teabag in 1 cup of hot water) 8 mint leaves dash of Angostura bitters garnish with more mint

5 Signs You're in a Good Cocktail Bar

Hamilton Beach ounces of bourbon (Old Forester) ounces of oloroso ½ ounce of lemon juice ¾ ounce of simple syrup ¾ ounce of black tea (steep 1 teabag in 1 cup of hot water) 8 mint leaves dash of Angostura bitters garnish with more mint

Upgraded Lynchburg Lemonade | Serious Eats : Recipes

Upgraded Lynchburg Lemonade

The Lynchburg Lemonade was the first mixed drink I ever had. Made with Countrytime Lemonade, no less! Will have to try this upgraded version soon!

I am...I Said (sherry-driven cocktail) - This drink, plucked from the mind of Morgan Schick, the bar manager at San Francisco’s Trick Dog, began as a mash-up of the Mint Julep and the Sherry Cob

I Am … I Said

I Am … I Said 2 ounces amontillado sherry ounce Pierre Ferrand dry orange curaçao ounce Bols genever ounce lemon juice ounce simple syrup sugar:water) 1 drop menthol tincture Garnish: mint, half orange wheel

Rum, sugar, lime, bitters and mint with some crushed ice make one of the most delicious drinks you'll ever try.

Queen’s Park Swizzle 3 oz Demerara Rum oz Lime Juice oz Simple Syrup 3 Heavy Dashes Angostura Bitters Fresh Mint

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