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Cedar Plank

Cedar chest, ginger, rosemary, honey Cedar-infused reposado tequila, ginger liqueur, lemon, peppercorn, woodland essence, bogart bitters Inspired by the smells of sizzling meats sold by street vendors in Bangkok, the Cedar Plank captures the fresh flavor of plank grilling.  After infusing tequila with cedar—giving it clean, dry wood notes—we complement

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Green Curry Fizz

Savory, coconut, basil, lime, chili peppers Kentucky dry gin, lime, orgeat, Thai basil, coconut, aquafaba, Bogart bitters, soda water, green curry paste Known in central Thailand as Kaeng Keow Wan, green curry is one of the most recognizable Thai dishes found in America.  The key to a perfect green curry

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Negroni Week, 2019

West Main is officially participating in Campari’s international Negroni Week this year!  This is a week when the world celebrates all things bitter and gentian-based, especially the 20th century king of such drinks: the eponymous Negroni.  This is also a drive to raise money for charities on a global scale,

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Seminar: “Mezcal Method Madness”

Because our favorite thing is sharing knowledge about spirits and cocktail culture, we’re adding a series of new classes to our seminars over the next few months.  This series is  designed to explore another of the lesser known spirit in our region: Mezcal. And we’re promising a world of knowledge,

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Batida de Raio Branca

coconut, creamy, rich, lime, tropical fruit Kentucky white dog, coconut, passionfruit, lime cordial, cream, milk, orange bitters Portuguese for “milkshake,” the Batida is a whole category of mixed or blended beverages containing spirit, milk, and some kind of fruit.  Native to Brazil, batidas are traditionally prepared using cachaça.  Our Batida

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Afternoon Tea (on the Darjeeling Express)

licorice, molasses, dried oak, lemon Darjeeling tea-infused absinthe verte, planter’s rum, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaf liqueur Considered to be one of the finest teas in the world, Darjeeling tea is harvested from a small protected region in the Himalayan foothills in India.  We source a second-flush Darjeeling tea with musky

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