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4/1/2022 1:32:02 AM by Daniel Ferarra

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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The Sazerac