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Hands down one of the best drinks I had last year was the Bitter Mai Tai at Williamsburg’s wood-paneled cocktail den Dram. With sweet, citrus, hogo, richness and bitter, this drink satisfied many of my cocktail craving all in one … Continue reading
We live in an exceptional era for cocktails. As our appetite for high quality ingredients grows, manufacturers are responding with interesting, unique, and even historic offerings. Case in point: Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao Ancienne Méthod ($24), a “19th century” dry curacao introduced … Continue reading