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The other star at Tito's is pisco, the clear brandy that is the national drink of Peru (Chile claims it as well).
Lift your spirits on the Tirol Schnaps Route No visit to Kufstein would be complete without trying Tirol’s famous fruit brandies or schnaps.
Ingredients 3/4 oz. Scotch whisky 3/4 oz. rosso vermouth 1/4 oz. cherry brandy1 1/2 oz.
The tiramisu was a light, satisfying finish with delicate ladyfingers, soaked in brandy and layered with espresso cream and shaved chocolate.
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.
The Bloody Mary at Uncle Richie's Place (112 E. 9th St.; 815-834-1287) costs $4.50, is served in a 13-ounce English highball glass and contains a clamato juice mix, salt and pepper, Worcestershire, hot sauce and a splash of tequila and brandy.
Paul McGee of Lost Lake (a Logan Square Tiki bar) offered a cocktail of French apple brandy, banana and guava in a nod to the artist's time on Martinique.
Local favorites include apfelwein, akin to dry French cider; Gin Sieben, a Frankfurt-style gin infused with seven specific herbs, including borage and sorrel; and mispelchen, a brandy made with medlar, a persimmon-like fruit.
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