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Ce Soir

To learn more, read "Hard Day's Nightcap" in our National edition.

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The Colonial

Caribbean flavors inspired mix-master Micah Wilder to add this cocktail to Black Jack's menu. The herbaceous Chartreuse balances the bright, grapey Pisco, and house-made pineapple syrup adds a hint of island warmth. For more 2012 Best Cocktail ...

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Sweet Melissa

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is known for its selection of bourbons and bourbon cocktails, but the Sweet Melissa, named after the Allman Brothers song, showcases Troy & Sons Moonshine, a white whiskey. Beverage directors Allegra Angelo...

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Chocolate Ty

There are the drinks the bartenders will make for you; then there are the drinks they imbibe themselves. Recently, one such professional favorite has been a shot of mezcal stained green with Chartreuse. Paul Sanguinetti of Stark Bar built this ...

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Grand Old-Fashioned

To learn more about this recipe, see our related story, Charting the Course.

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A Mexican's Last Word

Biancaniello has built a reputation on using an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables in his cocktail program. Here, he infuses gin with cilantro at the height of its growing season for a delicious Mexican riff on the Last Word.

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The Absolute Final Word

Here is a drink that shows the full range of Chartreuse, the neon liqueur originally produced by monks. The bitter green version pairs with the sweeter, herbal yellow version to balance this rye-based drink.

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The Last Word

Like the perfect square of the cocktail world, this relic of the Prohibition era relies on four ingredients in equal parts.

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El Diableaux

By muddling fresh ginger with agave nectar, you get an on-the-fly syrup with enough freshness to support the other ingredients.

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Southern Junction

This herbaceous cocktail blends two cocktail families under the Sour umbrella, the Daisy and the Fizz. Tequila and citrus, the predominant flavors in the Margarita, are pasted into this riff on a Silver Fizz.

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The Steady Cocktail

The high-proof, hard-to-find type of Chartreuse that is called for in this Martini variant is worth the hunt. Just three drops of the herbaceous elixir brings out the gin’s botanicals.

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Jack's Word

In this cocktail, the typically sweet Jack Rose has a darker, bitterer twin. The generally sweet and peppy trio (applejack, grenadine and lime juice) is clouded with herbal liqueurs.

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Cuarenta Puertas

This cocktail is far more savory than the traditional Margarita. Mezcal adds a smoky element, and the mole-infused tequila brings notes of capsicum and spices to the forefront.

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Franklin Street Julep

To learn more about this recipe, see our story, "A Bathtub's Worth".

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Fightin' Words

To learn more about this recipe, see our related story, "The Cowboy Way".

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Full House

Make this bitter cocktail from a top Chicago mixologist.

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Dutch Cocoa

Dutch Cocoa adapted from Brandon Wise, Irving Street Kitchen

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Toto

Toto Cocktail adapted from Kelley Swenson, Left Coast Libations

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Zorrito Dorado

Zorrito Dorado adapted from Maxwell Britten

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The Berkshire Bitter

The Berkshire Bitter, adapted from Eastern Standard Kitchen and Drinks

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