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Add the honey, cloves and 3 tablespoons of the brandy
Combine wine, liqueur, brandy, apricot nectar, and sugar in a large 4-quart glass jar and mix well to dissolve sugar.
For instance, warm brandy is served in a snifter, which is wider at the bottom so there is more surface area, allowing for more evaporation.
Add enough brandy to cover cake and fill container.
But even in all this biblio-clutter, Reno has reserved a prominent and accessible spot for the all-important bar cart, stocked with ice buckets, glasses, two bottles of Jim Beam bourbon and his friends gin and brandy.
From the bar, in addition to wine and cocktails, consider a pisco sour made with Peru’s distinctive pisco brandy.
The other star at Tito's is pisco, the clear brandy that is the national drink of Peru (Chile claims it as well).
Both gins are made with a brandy base — instead of vodka like at Corsair — and are non-filtered so that the spirits remain slightly cloudy, Heron said.
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