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A layered shooter similar to the standard Brain Hemorrhage shooter, but with Blue Curacao added.
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Sweet pear mingled with a mild bite of ginger, more bite than that of a ginger ale for sure, but not nearly as intense as the dark 'n stormy. Really sweet pear attack, smooth body.
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Honey flavor brought with some citrus peel and peaches in the finish. Pretty straight forward as the flavor matches the ingredients pretty well.
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Highlights the properties of a honey whiskey yet brings flashbacks of the whiskey sour cocktail. Closest thing to a honey whiskey sour.
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fiery burn with a bit of sweetness after the bite of lemon, but starts with a fierce burn with an absinthe (black licorice) aftertaste.
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A bit light on flavor and heavy on alcohol with hints of bacon, this cocktail focused on the spirit of thanksgiving by taking alcohol spirits that "sound" like thanksgiving and bringing them together.
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The Almond Roll cocktail brings nice almond flavor but also reminds us closely of one of those yellow tootsie roll candies.
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The Coupe Glass, a beautiful glass often associated with those wedding pyramids. As it turns out, the coupe isn't so great for champagne even though it's traditionally known as or called a "Champagne coupe." Why?
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A sour bite that strikes hard against the whiskey. You have to be willing to accept a citrus and irish whiskey melding together in your mouth.
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The concept of "small batch bitters" should not be confused with "ultra premium" or other labels you'll see on alcohol bottles. The idea of a "small batch" is that the bitters are hand crafted in, quite literally, small batches and in many cases are hand labeled and cared for by humans over that of a large machine and huge distillery