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Grand Marnier Cherry is the latest offering from the House of Marnier-Lapostolle. The expression is a blend of Grand Marnier Cognac with essence of European Griottes Cherries. The limited edition spirit is available for a suggested retail price of $41.99 for a 750-ml. bottle.
4 oz. MXR Sweet & Sour mix
¾ oz. MXR Strawberry Daiquiri mix
1 oz. Tequila
½ oz. Bourbon
Serve over a cup of ice. Garnish with lime and strawberry.
Thanks to MXR Essentials for sharing this drink recipe with us.
1 ½ oz. vodka (of your choice)
3 oz. soda water
3 oz. lemon-rhubarb soda
lemon wheels, for garnish
Serve over the cocktail over ice, layered with lemon wheels in a Collins Glass.
This cocktail comes to us from the Original Dinerant in Portland, Oregon and mixologist Jessica Braasch. The restaurant makes their sodas in house and uses them in a variety of their cocktails. This drink is a spin on John Daly, which is a cocktail featuring their house-made lemon-rhubarb soda.
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