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21 June, 2010

Eastern Shore @ Blu Seafood (Durham)

Posted in : Bars and Tasting Rooms, Bars in Durham - NC on by : becca
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Eastern Shore Blu Seafood and Bar Website My restaurant review Eastern Shore is made from Pimm’s, lemon juice, cucumber slices, ginger-lemongrass syrup, and a splash of ginger ale. All of those flavors come together to create a vibrant cocktail that’s worth your money. Interestingly, the cucumbers seemed to be only a garnish, but their flavor
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19 April, 2010

Pomegranate Lychee Martini @ Revolution (Downtown Durham)—Cocktail Review

Comments : 2 Posted in : Bars and Tasting Rooms, Bars in Durham - NC, Vodka on by : becca
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Pomegranate Lychee Martini Revolution (Downtown Durham) Website $10 This attractive drink is made with vodka, pomegranate molasses, and lychee juice. The whole lychee garnish is a great touch. The flavor is very light but nice, with the lychee taking the lead role. Other than a flash of pomegranate, the molasses mainly adds texture to the
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1 February, 2010

Skyy Key Lime Pie Martini @ Rockfish (Southpoint, Durham) *CLOSED*

Comments : 4 Posted in : Bars in Durham - NC on by : becca
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Skyy Key Lime Pie Martini Rockfish Grill 8030 Renaissance Parkway #905 The Streets at Southpoint, Durham Website Made with Skyy Vodka, this drink is a good addition to my list of key lime pie martinis in the area. The lime flavor was sweet and mellow, though I wouldn’t have minded some more tartness. It was
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8 December, 2009

Monty Python Spritzer @ Nantucket Cafe (Durham) — Cocktail Review

Posted in : Bars and Tasting Rooms, Bars in Durham - NC, Prosecco on by : becca
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Monty Python Spritzer Nantucket CafĂ©, Durham Website This was a simple bubbly cocktail, served with lots of ice. Prosecco, St. Germain elderflower liquor, and a dash of club soda united to create a drink with a mild beige color near the bottom. The sweet, floral flavor of elderflower was the most present component – perhaps
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