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Old 14-07-2010, 04:28 PM
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July 14th marks Bastille Day – and another great excuse to drink-up & toast to French independence! What better way to indulge than with the orange liqueur inspired by the French hero Napoleón himself?

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1 oz. Mandarine Napoleón
1 oz. spiced rum
2 ˝ oz. pineapple juice
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass.

Cheers! Or should I say Santé!

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July 14th marks Bastille Day – and another great excuse to drink-up & toast to French independence! What better way to indulge than with the orange liqueur inspired by the French hero Napoleón himself?

French Tear
1 oz. Mandarine Napoleón
1 oz. spiced rum
2 ˝ oz. pineapple juice
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass.

Cheers! Or should I say Santé!
Mmm that really sounds tasty! I love mixing Cointreau but haven't tried Mandarine Napoleón.

I wonder if it would be sacrilege to add some cherries or a splash of grenadine?
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Mmm that really sounds tasty! I love mixing Cointreau but haven't tried Mandarine Napoleón.

I wonder if it would be sacrilege to add some cherries or a splash of grenadine?
Go for the cherry garnish! I like the idea very much.


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