Sazerac

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The New Orleans–born Sazerac cocktail gets its name from the cognac—Sazerac de Forge et Fils—used in the earliest versions of the drink.

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Sazerac
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A cookbook recipe exclusively for All-Access members from How to Cocktail

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS

Sazerac, the cognac was replaced by whiskey (usually rye, sometimes bourbon), but the overall formula—lightly sweetened cognac or whiskey with an absinthe wash and a hit of Peychaud's bitters—endured. To perfect our version, we opted for Si...

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