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2010 marks the 150th anniversary of the Gaspare Campari’s creation of the bright red aperitif we all know and love today. To celebrate, Campari asked some of the world’s great mixologists to do there thing and create some amazing cocktails (using Campari, of course).
The Argonaut was created by San Francisco’s own cocktail geek, Marco Dionysos. Marco used pisco, an SF staple, and Campari as the base of this tall refreshing cocktail, the drink is … Read more
The Ward Eight is over a century old, with roots stretching back to Boston in the late 1890s. As with many drinks of yore, the Ward Eight is a celebratory concoction, named for Martin Lomasney’s state legislature victory in his ward (hence its relatively obvious name). Courtesy of Dewar’s.… Read more
1 oz. Galliano
1 oz. Cointreau
1 oz. Orange Juice
1 tsp. Half & Half
Combine ingredients in a shaker filled with 1 cup of ice. Shake well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with the orange slice.
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