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Icelandic Gimlet

earthy, savory, salty, orange blossom, herbaceous Icelandic aquavit, trashy beet kvass, picon, grenadine Inspired by the flavors of the Far North, this Nordic treat transforms a gin-based Gimlet into something dark, salty, and savory. The Icelandic Gimlet substitutes a “trashy” beet kvass for a traditional cordial—building the kvass out of

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Princess Mononoke

spearmint, vanilla, berry, bittersweet, baking spice Blueberry-infused Kentucky bourbon whiskey, spiced rum, pineapple gomme, thyme-infused cointreau, monk bitters, fernet branca foam Based on Hayao Miyazaki’s animated movie of the same name, Princess Mononoke is an exercise in the constant cycle of preservation and destruction. In our tribute to the Japanese

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Redbud Road

sour lemons, lavender, flowers, grapefruit zest aperol, lemon, overproof Kentucky bourbon, aquafaba, orange bitters, lavender tea essence Redbud Road takes its name from a type of North America redbud tree, Cercis canadensis. In Appalachia, the redbud tree blooms in April or May, with a shiny and dense (and long lasting)

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Cucumberton

floral, light, vegetal, savory, grassy cucumber-and-dill-infused plymouth gin, dry vermouth, cocchi americano, thyme-infused cointreau, bogart bitters A whimsical play on the classic Dry Martini Cocktail, our Cucumberton transforms it ingredients into something else entirely. We infuse a soft, earthy Plymouth-style gin with fresh dill and English cucumbers, then pair it

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Jigger, Beaker, Flask #2

World-renowned food and beverage writer Charles H. Baker, Jr., published his most famous work, The Gentleman’s Companion, in two volumes in 1939. The second half of that series offers some of the best exotic drink recipes every published, as well as some of the most purple, flowery prose you might

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By The Numbers: House G&T

As you may or may not know, we keep our House Gin & Tonic on tap, a process that makes service super easy but that involved more numbers and science than we usually communicate. We pack 640oz of our house tonic and Castle & Key’s Restoration Gin under 16psi. And

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