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8/1/2022 1:00:00 AM

The Corpse Reviver

Prescribed as a hair-of-the-dog remedy in the 1800s, it was the granddaddy of our modern-day breakfast and brunch cocktails. Read on to learn more...
 

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7/1/2022 12:00:00 AM

The Americano

Like many cocktails, the Americano's origin is unknown but there are a number of stories. The oldest tradition is that the Americano was invented in 1860 at Gaspare Campari's bar in Milan, Italy. Another story goes back to the 1930s; the cocktail was then named in honor of the Italian boxer Primo Carnera, active in the
United States, and for that reason called The Americano.

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6/1/2022 8:00:00 AM

Tequila Sunrise Cocktail

The Tequila Sunrise cocktail, with its bright striations of color, evokes a summer sunrise. This classic drink has only three ingredients—tequila, grenadine, and orange juice—and is served unmixed to preserve the color of each layer.

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5/1/2022 8:00:00 AM

The Mai Tai

It is thought that the Mai Tai was created in 1944 by a bartender known as Trader Vic, or Victor Jules Bergeron, in Oakland, San Francisco.

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4/1/2022 1:32:02 AM

The Sazerac

The original Sazerac was made with an imported French cognac that gave it its name: Sazerac de Forge et Fils. In the late 19th-century, when the phylloxera epidemic wiped out whole swathes of French vineyards, thus reducing cognac supplies, bartenders substituted American rye whiskey and the Sazerac that we know today was born. 

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Alto's finest mixologists relate their industry secrets to the best drinks on the mountain!

The Corpse Reviver
The Americano
Tequila Sunrise Cocktail
The Mai Tai
The Sazerac
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