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I KNEW that drink I had last night sounded familiar!! This Drink of the Day is the most shared drink I have EVER posted....and that's why I liked it so...

It doesn't matter if you're interested in a pre-dinner date cocktail or if you're planning to spend the evening at home watching romantic movies, you'll both be sure to LOVE this drink! Tequila and chocolate liqueur work together to make this seductive drink.

It doesn't matter if you're interested in a pre-dinner date cocktail or if you're planning to spend the evening at home watching romantic movies, you'll both be sure to LOVE this drink! Tequila and chocolate liqueur work together to make this seductive drink.

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Preparing for vacation? Don't forget to bring along the spiced rum staple born and bred to party hard–Captain Morgan. To mix up a spring drink made with fresh ingredients, combine 1.5 oz Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, .5 oz fresh lemon juice, 2 oz peach juice, and 1 oz club soda in a collins glass filled with ice. Stir, garnish with star fruit, and party on, Captain.

Preparing for vacation? Don't forget to bring along the spiced rum staple born and bred to party hard–Captain Morgan. To mix up a spring drink made with fresh ingredients, combine 1.5 oz Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, .5 oz fresh lemon juice, 2 oz peach juice, and 1 oz club soda in a collins glass filled with ice. Stir, garnish with star fruit, and party on, Captain.

The Horse's Neck cocktail was originally a non-alcoholic beverage consisting of a mixture of ginger ale, ice and lemon peel. By the 1910s, bartenders had started adding brandy to the mix, giving us the cocktail we have today. The drink is identifiable by the long, curling spiral of lemon rind garnish.

The Horse's Neck cocktail was originally a non-alcoholic beverage consisting of a mixture of ginger ale, ice and lemon peel. By the 1910s, bartenders had started adding brandy to the mix, giving us the cocktail we have today. The drink is identifiable by the long, curling spiral of lemon rind garnish.