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Heather Mar 5
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DaviddeHollingsworth Sep 18
Out for dinner with some great people at Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse "I feel like a Queen with all these men offering me their meat." ."
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Andy Freedman Dec 18
The Ferrari -- 50 percent Fernet Branca, 50 percent Campari -- my new after-dinner digestif
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The Epic Mouthful Jan 25
I didn’t like *everything* @ Tail Up Goat but everything was interesting *AF* & these drinks were perfect meal bookends 🍹 🕯 🍷
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E L James Oct 4
Thank you nathanoutlaw for a spectacular dining experience. 💗
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gerry murphy Jan 20
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ladressebistrosgn Jun 29
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Distilleries de Provence Sep 15
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Luke Dec 26
It's the right time for a treat. Merry Christmas Everyone!
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Inka Larissa Aug 4
Italy is considered the birthplace of Amaro. Medieval monks mixed botanicals with a wine or spirit base, creating different so-called bitter tonics, mainly for medicinal purposes.
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Celia Luz Apr 11
Nonino. 🤗😋❤️ At Hearth - LES/NYC. What’s your favorite digestif?
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Wine & Love Apr 9
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Miguel Chan Jan 31
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LittleCoityKitchen Sep 7
I am obsessed with Mint, growing mint, smelling mint, rubbing mint, infusing mint! Mmmmmm mint!
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Inka Larissa Aug 11
You may be familiar with Italian aperitivo culture. Digestifs, on the other hand, are mainly served neat or on the rocks and are more intense in flavour
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Charles Hastings Wine Club Jun 24
Quinta Vale D Maria Late Bottled Vintage Port, Unfiltered 2014
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Susan St. M. May 19
Me: "Where did all my Fernet go?"
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UnderbergAmerica Jul 15
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TheCiderSearcher Jul 18
Yes yes yes yes yes! , you beauties! Saving this for a special occasion with a certain someone...
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barringtonsclt Jun 4
Coffee is served so many different ways, but what they all have in common is the tendency to bring us together!
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