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– Shawn Plunket, owner of 1864 Tavern in Reno, says about crafting the perfect cocktail”]Here is the magic formula: liquor, fruit, sweet, sour … that’s it. It’s just like life because you can’t have the sweet without the sour. Find the right combo that works for you and go from there. Bottom line, don’t be afraid to explore your own tastes, and, most importantly, have fun with the experience!”

 

 

 

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The truth about bitters.

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Great cocktail garnishes.

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Limoncello’s citrus punch.

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