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  1. #1
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    Robert Hess's Derby cocktail

    I just tried this recipe, using Weller SR instead of MM (I'm out of MM at the moment, and as I can drink my fill of it at the two house gigs I have I'm not in a hurry to replace a home bottle.) I did have to leave out the lemon twist as I didn't pick up any lemons, but this is a really delicious, spicy cocktail. It's almost like a Manhattan with Benedictine instead of sweet vermouth.

    http://www.smallscreennetwork.com/vi...x_fxwdi1b14091

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    Re: Robert Hess's Derby cocktail

    He's got some tasty cocktails on there. I made a Vieux Carre a few weeks ago and absolutely loved it.

    http://www.smallscreennetwork.com/vi...x_l505dnr64081
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