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  1. Brazilian Daiquiri

    Brazilian Daiquiri

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    Why It's Cool:

    We first had this wonderful drink at Mark Miller's Coyote Cafe.  It's a perfect combination of fruit and alcohol; and the Rösle Pineapple Slicer makes it easy.

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  2. Caipirinha

    Caipirinha

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    Why It's Cool:

    Caipirinha is the national drink of Brazil, and it's a delicious and appropriate drink to enjoy while watching the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Check out this Cool Tip to learn more about Caipirinha and it's history.

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  3. Hot Toddy

    Hot Toddy

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    Why It's Cool:

    The best thing about having a cold--sip this and snuggle down under the covers!

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  4. Kennedy's Family Eggnog

    Kennedy's Family Eggnog

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    Why It's Cool:

    This is Kennedy's family recipe, passed down from generation to generation--it's really spoon eggnog. His is on the right. I used the same recipe, but didn't whip the heavy cream, to produce the drinkable version on the left. Take your pick and have a wonderful Holiday!

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  5. Nocino

    Nocino

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    Why It's Cool:

    Nocino is an incomparabble Italian walnut liquor made with green walnuts, sugar, spices, vodka and time.

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  6. Old Fashioned Cocktail - Kennedy’s recipe

    Old Fashioned Cocktail - Kennedy’s recipe

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    Why It's Cool:

    This is one of the great classic cocktails … made all the more popular recently by Ryan Gosling in Crazy Stupid Love … and made better by serving it over an ice ball that doesn’t dilute it.

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    Ramos Fizz

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    Why It's Cool:

    To sip a Ramos Fizz on a hot day is to step into a sepia-toned world peopled with slim, brown-eyed beauties who smell of magnolias and freshly laundered linen, and tall, mustachioed gentlemen who never seem to work and will kill you if you ask them why. The Wondrich Take, Esquire Magazine

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