• White Russian

    It is hard to say where this cocktail was first made but it likely first appeared in the 1970s. There was the classic Russian cocktail in the 1930s that employed Vodka with Gin and crème de cacao so the basic idea has been alive for some time. If you bartended...
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  • Bolivian 63 – featuring Singani 63

    The classic French 75 is a beautiful cocktail and one of our favorites. Like so many classic cocktails there are many variations – some good and some not so good. The Bolivian 63 is a damn fine twist on the classic and in some ways it's even better as the brig...
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  • The Gautier Cognac Sour

    Regular readers at BevX know that we are subscribers to the theory that less is often more. This cocktail illustrates this point perfectly. Just three ingredients are required while the flavors are certainly more than a sum of its parts.
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  • Campo de' Fiori

    Everyone loves a great French 75, don't they? If you know someone that doesn't love a good French 75 reconsider the friendship. Like all great cocktails there are countless variations – some good and some bad. (If the French 75 and the Negroni had a baby – i...
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  • Rummy Hot Chocolate

    In the holiday season we are encouraged to play with comforting cocktails. There is nothing more comforting than taking a childhood favorite and tweaking it for adult only consumption. Hot chocolate is easy to put together but it is something that we have sadly...
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  • Italian Coffee

    Everyone knows the Irish Coffee so why not have a hot coffee cocktail from the land of superb coffee drinks? We have added layers of Italian flavors along with a double dose of espresso to create a drink that just might be too tasty.

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  • Manhattan with Cedar Ridge Malted Rye Whiskey

    The Manhattan is a classic American cocktail. Like many classics, it has inspired many inventive variations. The Manhattan is believed to have been conceived in Manhattan, of all places, in the late 19th century. It is widely accepted that the first Manhattan w...
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  • Mai Tai

    Victor Bergeron, best known as Trader Vic, in 1944, created this classic cocktail. (It must be noted that Don the Beachcomber claims to have invented the same drink 11 years earlier in Hollywood.) The Second World War was in full swing in both Europe and the Pa...
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  • Martini - BevX take on the original

    How have we gone so long without addressing the kingpin of all cocktails, the Martini? This cocktail, more than any other perhaps, is the subject of debate and a serious victim of identity theft. Let’s first deal with the identity theft issue. A Martini is ma...
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  • Bee's Knees

    This great and tasty classic cocktail dates back to Prohibition days. The slang term meaning "the best" is perhaps out of date for some but the drink is always welcomed. It is widely believed that this recipe was created to mask the harsh flavors of bad and perh...
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