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Benedictine is a herbal liqueur created using a blend of 27 herbs and spices. It was developed in France in the 19th century. It’s most commonly used in cocktails such as the delicious Singapore Sling, made infamous by the Raffles Hotel in Singapore.

Rye Amaro Cocktail
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Yesterday, Today and Amaro

A complex bittersweet and spicy rye whiskey cocktail featured in Brad Thomas Parson's book, Amaro. The sweetness from two amaro's and a herbal liqueur help tame the spicy rye.…

100 Year Old Cigar
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100 Year Old Cigar

The 100 Year Old Cigar is a complex blend of aged rum, honeyed-herbal liqueur, vegetal bitter amaro liqueur and smoky whisky. The smoke seems to be the dominant flavour supported by the other bitter, herbal notes.…

Bobby Burns Cocktail
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Bobby Burns

The Bobby Burns is exhibits soft and smooth spice with subtle smoke. Of course, the flavour will alter depending on the Scotch whisky you decide to use.…

Vermouth Cocktail Recipe
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Chrysanthemum No. 2

The Chrysanthemum No. 2 is a variation of the original and is featured in Jamie Boudreau's The Canon Cocktail Book. A light, bright, low ABV, vermouth-driven cocktail.…

Old Barrel Cocktail
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Old Barrel

The Old Barrel is a dry, spicy, herbal variation on a classic Old Fashioned cocktail. The rye whiskey adds spicy notes whilst the Dom Benedictine adds sweet, herbal characteristics.…

Applejack Cocktail Recipe
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Feeling Tipsy

The Feeling Tipsy cocktail recipe features Laird's Applejack and was first published prior to prohibition times then resurrected by Jim Meehan of PDT in New York.…

Singapore Sling Cocktail
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Singapore Sling

How to make a Singapore Sling: The Singapore Sling was first created by a bartender at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. A gin-based cocktail with fresh pineapple juice which enhances the sweet flavour whilst creating a creamy foam top.…

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