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Pour a drink (pg 8)

This drink is a heavy-hitter. The olive brine meshes nicely with the dry vermouth, delivering a strong dose of saltiness and flavor. It's a martini you drink after you've (metaphorically) climbed a mountain and can see how great it is from the top.
Episode: Paloma


Before you say "I'm not a tequila drinker," try Paloma. Refreshing with all the right notes of tequila and lime juice, this drink is an upscale version of the classic margarita. And the Himalayan sea salt around the rim adds a nice, rosy touch.
Summer's here and that means patio time. This pitcher perfect vermouth-filled cocktail is light enough to drink all day and strong enough that you won't know it until it's too late. Pour that second glass at your own risk.
Citrus and vodka go so well together, and this cocktail is no exception. Add in prosecco and the day is made. A great replacement for the classic mimosa.
Episode: Lovin' Thyme

Lovin' Thyme

Great things come in pairs, like lavender and thyme. Lovin' Thyme, our newest original cocktail, tastes like how sitting by a garden on a breezy summer day feels. It's also best when shared with a good partner or two.
If it's named after a unicorn, it has to be good. Our signature Happy Unicorn is a mythical mix of gin, elderflower, bitters and lemon. Ideal for springtime patio sitting.
Episode: Mint Julep

Mint Julep

A classic just in time for the Derby. You can adjust the sugar measurements to your taste preference. We like to use brown sugar cubes when we find them.
This cocktail is a perfect balance of sweet and bubbly poured over crushed ice. Try it in a pitcher for sharing. It'll save you all those trips to the bar.
We're not usually rum drinkers, however, the combination of rum and pomegranate makes this drink exceptionally tasty.
Episode: La Capirucha

La Capirucha

Prickly pear is one of those fruits that we don't consume often enough. Made into a syrup and mixed with mezcal, well we might change our minds. We're not so sure about that salt rim, so if you're not into smokey worms, we suggest you skip it and opt for a traditional salt rim.