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Park Avenue Winter

Park Avenue Winter à New York, NY is serving #Lillet

The 5 Best New Sandwiches in America 2016

I am dying to try this but we couldn't find any in San Jose CA. Lillet Just Wants to Have Fun: BA Daily:

Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail

Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail by marthastewart: Lillet Rose, a fortified-wine blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Muscatel, has the aroma of flowers and ripe berries -- perfect for a springtime aperitif. Garnishing the drinks with edible flowers is a lovely touch.

Twentieth Century Cocktail

Twentieth Century Cocktail Recipe - This 1937 British cocktail, named for a train that ran between Manhattan and Chicago for much of the twentieth century, strikes an unexpected balance between velvety crème de cacao and refreshing gin, lemon juice, and Lillet.

Lillet-Basil Cocktail

Lillet-Basil Cocktail 1 cup ice, plus more for serving 1/2 cup Lillet Blanc 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) gin 2 tablespoons fresh orange juice 1/4 cup loosely packed fresh basil leaves, plus sprigs for garnish Splash of tonic water 1 cucumber spear, for garnish 1 cinnamon stick, for garnish

Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail

Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail Combine 6 ounces Lillet, 6 ounces grapefruit juice, 3 ounces gin, and ice in a cocktail shaker. Shake until well chilled. Strain and divide cocktail among 3 stemmed cocktail glasses, such as Champagne coupes. Repeat. Garnish with flowers. Serve immediately.

Lillet-Basil Cocktail

For a bracing drink, Lillet -- an aperitif made with wine -- is shaken with basil, gin, orange juice, and tonic. It's served on the rocks, garnished with more basil, a cinnamon stick, and a cucumber spear.

The Zodiac Cocktails Perfect for Every Sign

Directions: Muddle one lemon peel and four blueberries. In a shaker combine: · 1 oz vodka · 1 oz gin · 1 oz. lillet blanc Shake and serve as a martini. -

35 Gin Cocktail Recipes (That Aren't Just Gin & Tonics)

//Vesper// Ingredients: (SERVINGS: MAKES 1) 1½ ounces Tanqueray gin, 1 ounce vodka, ½ ounce Lillet Blanc, 1 lemon,

Bootsy Collins

A classic Tom Collins is a boozy take on lemonade. This variation—served at New York City restaurant Jack's Wife Freda and named for the flamboyant funk guitarist Bootsy Collins—amps up the color, flavor, and potency with the addition of Lillet Rouge, a vibrant fortified wine.