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The booziest was Five Steps to Conquer, made spicy by morita chiles, dark and chocolatey by cacao, and rounded out by Calvados apple brandy and Ramazzotti amaro.
The drink options for older diners also included Pawsome Punch (bourbon, brandy and blood orange) and cold-brewed coffee and beer from Columbus' Hoof-Hearted brewery.
While Beskow routinely reaches for applejack, apple brandy or Calvados would be fine, too.
Add lemon juice, rum, Cognac and brandy, and chill, covered, for at least 3 hours.
Her life is built on routines (the same omelet at the same greasy spoon, exactly two brandies per night), and her past is full of heartache.
Meanwhile, their owner, Therese Bynum of Team Magic, will serve hot toddies — of the apple-brandy-cranberry variety — as folks check out the artworks and meet the cloven-hoofed celebs.
The red, based on tempranillo, has stone fruits, apple brandy, and a kick of rosemary syrup, while the white gets its punch from citrus and other fruits and ginger syrup.
Test Kitchen Directer Noelle Carter explores how to use booze such as gin, bourbon and brandy in recipes and why.
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: an alcoholic drink made from wine
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