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Falernum Mule - Recipe

Special Recipes For You! FALERNUM MULE Muddle all but ginger beer, pack glass with crushed ice and shake. Pour into 12oz Double Rocks glass and garnish with lime wheel and mint sprig. THE RECIPE ½ oz B.G. Reynolds' Falernum 6 Mint Leaves ½ oz Fresh Lime Juice 1¼ oz Vodka 2 oz Ginger Beer Recommended by Blair ReynoldsFounder of B.G. Reynolds Syrups & Mixers 101101101101101   FREQUENTLY MIXED TOGETHER  

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Orgeat Sour - Recipe

Special Recipes For You! ORGEAT SOUR Shake all ingredients with ice in a cocktail shaker. Keep shaking. Pour into an old-fashioned glass and garnish with a cherry picked to an orange. THE RECIPE ¾ oz BG Reynolds Original Orgeat 1 oz Lemon Juice 2 oz Bourbon Egg White Recommended by Blair ReynoldsFounder of B.G. Reynolds Syrups & Mixers 101101101101101   FREQUENTLY MIXED TOGETHER  

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Rich Demerara Old-Fashioned - Recipe

Special Recipes For You! RICH DEMERARA (OLD FASHIONED) Set the ice cube in an old-fashioned glass. Pour Bourbon, Syrup, and bitters over the ice cube, and finish by squeezing the orange zest over the glass to release the orange oils, and toss the peel into the glass. Stir gently for 20 seconds. Enjoy. THE RECIPE 2 oz Bourbon ½ oz BG Reynolds' Rich Demerara 2 Dash Bitters Orange Peel (no pith) 1 Very Large Ice Cube Recommended by Blair ReynoldsFounder of B.G. Reynolds Syrups & Mixers 101101101101101   FREQUENTLY MIXED TOGETHER  

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Cucumber Gimlet - Recipe

Special Recipes For You! CUCUMBER GIMLET Chop cucumber into a few fine slices and place into a mixing glass. Pour Gin and Lime Cordial into mixing glass. Muddle ingredients for 15 seconds, or until pulpy. Add ice and shake A LOT. Strain, maybe twice, and pour into a coupe glass. Garnish with a cucumber slice and some cucumber zest. THE RECIPE 1½ oz Gin ½ oz Lime Cordial ¼ Whole Cucumber Recommended by Blair ReynoldsFounder of B.G. Reynolds Syrups & Mixers 101101101101101   FREQUENTLY MIXED TOGETHER   Product not found. Have you uploaded products to your store?

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