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January 14, 2011

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sounds refreshing!

The Bronx Cocktail is one of my all time favorites.

I've been living in Guatemala for the past month and the fresh fruit is incredible. Even better than being able to get a couple kilos of oranges for next to nothing, for less than $2 US, I can 2 liters of freshly squeezed orange juice. Fresh from the oranges and into the reused coke bottle. They make good mixers with cheap rum!

Just made this -- fantastic!

My own citrus season inspired drink: http://embitter.net/2011/01/winter-red/

You're post is right on par with mine. I just did a taste test of the best bitters for a Manhattan and Old Fashioned. It required a lot of of rinsing and spring water :) The orange notes of Peychaud’s were ultimately my favorite of the group. I think I'll have to make my own bitters next. Free Brothers makes a nice "specifically orange" bitters. Great Blog!

Cheers,
Swift
http://www.awhiskeydrink.com

Always forget about this one and love coming back to it.

Damn, that IS chreap citrus. In the netherlands you pay a LOT more during winter time :\

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