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Time for a Drink: the Periodista

The Periodista is very easy to love. Starting with the basic rum-lime-sugar building blocks of a daiquiri, the Periodista is gussied up with the addition of two liqueurs: Cointreau, the dry orange liqueur that lends crispness and elegance to most drinks it encounters, and the aforementioned apricot liqueur, which makes the drink richer more alluring. More

Zombie Cocktail

[Illustration: Helen Jane Hearn] Zombies are called zombies because they are seriously alcohol laden. According to the original Zombie recipe, there are the equivalent of seven and a half ounces of alcohol in a just one Zombie. This would compare... More

Time for a Drink: The Slope

Similar in approach to the Red Hook, another Brooklyn-themed Manhattan variation, the Slope--named for the borough's Park Slope neighborhood--utilizes an extra-bitter style of vermouth called Punt e Mes, then tempers the bitterness with the stone-fruit sweetness of apricot liqueur. The result is potent, balanced and memorable; an excellent cocktail for a mid-autumn evening. More

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