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Recipes from Crystal Springs in New Jersey.
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An espresso martini made with Dave's All Natural Coffee Syrup. This smoky, amber syrup is made with only Brazilian Coffee and pure cane sugar. The syrup was developed originally to make the RI state drink of Coffee Milk and has since expanded for uses in cocktails, cooking and baking recipes.
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Yes, it tastes like a Girl Scout cookie, and yes, it's a little dirty. Made at McGillin's Olde Ale House, the martini is just like a Thin Mint (but you know, with booze). Click here for more ways to drink your dessert. 
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Easy Skinnygirl cocktail recipes.
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Recipes from Bartender Brandon Lockman of Red Star Tavern in Portland.
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Dessert and drink? Yes please! This delicious holiday drink is perfect for a party, with two simple but decadent desserts!
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This cake martini recipe is the answer to a parent's long day. Chances are if you have a small child, you may have applesauce at home. You can easily transform junior's snack into a delicious adult beverage with the addition of cake flavored vodka and rum to the applesauce! Feeling fancy? Get creative with garnishes. A cinnamon stick makes a great drink stirrer as does an apple slice perched on the rim of the glass. Cheers!
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If you're not turning your pumpkins into a DIY keg, you can still mix them into your martinis. At Long Beach, N.J.'s Avenue brasserie, general manager Thierry Carrier has whipped up a fall favorite into a fall cocktail — or dessert. 
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Add another cookie cocktail to the bunch, this one made at the Bobby Q restaurant in Phoenix. Click here for more ways to drink your dessert. 
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The essential cold summer soup from Spain, gazpacho is made with fresh tomatoes, peppers, and country bread soaked in olive oil.
It's no secret that James Bond loves to drink, but while the "shaken, not stirred" order gets all the attention, the Vesper Martini has become just as much of a cult classic. The Vesper Martini is an original James Bond cocktail created by the author of the Bond series, Ian Fleming. In the book, Casino Royale, written in 1953, Mr. Bond orders a very specific martini — three parts gin, one part vodka, and ½ a part Lillet — otherwise known as the Vesper Martini. This drink has gone on to achieve some fame of its own. It has become of staple in bars everywhere, including The NoMad Hotel — current New York hot spot. Leo Robitschek, beverage director of The NoMad Hotel, gave us his variation on the Vesper.
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Whether you'r throwing a Christmas or New Year's Eve party, this martini will be sure to impress your guests.
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This recipe is from Jade Bar at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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