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You want to make high-quality cocktails, but can't figure out why the Martini you bought last night for 12 dollars doesn't taste like your rubbing alcohol monstrosity? Here's a tip: put down that olive brine, stop shaking the hell out of that damn thing, and pay attention to this. It's Cocktail Kitchen with Nate Dumas. Learn a few tricks of the trade. Make a couple of drinks. In no time you'll be making drinks like a no-nonsense New York bartender. Let's go.

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You want to make high-quality cocktails, but can't figure out why the Martini you bought last night for 12 dollars doesn't taste like your rubbing alcohol monstrosity? Here's a tip: put down that olive brine, stop shaking the hell out of that damn thing, and pay attention to this. It's Cocktail Kitchen with Nate Dumas. Learn a few tricks of the trade. Make a couple of drinks. In no time you'll be making drinks like a no-nonsense New York bartender. Let's go.

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    Cocktail Kitchen #4 - Remember the Maine (Movie)

    Cocktail Kitchen #4 - Remember the Maine (Movie)

    "Treat this one with the respect it deserves, gentlemen." Charles H. Baker's contains many a refreshing beverage, but the Remember the Maine is one for the ages. This month, Nate shares with us a drink from one of his favourite cocktail books, and he'll give a dramatic reading while he's at it.

    • 5 min
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    Cocktail Kitchen #2 - The Old Fashioned (Movie)

    Cocktail Kitchen #2 - The Old Fashioned (Movie)

    This month Nate teaches us how to make the classic Old Fashioned, which is the grandfther of all cocktails. According to Etymonline, the word cocktail dates from 1806 when Antoine Pechaud (of Pechaud's Bitters fame) served alcohol, water, and bitters concocations to his friends in an egg cup (in French, ). We won't be using an egg cup, but we will be making history.

    • 5 min
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    Cocktail Kitchen #1 - The Brunswick Sour (Movie)

    Cocktail Kitchen #1 - The Brunswick Sour (Movie)

    In this, the first installment of Cocktail Kitchen, Nate teaches us how to make his "Red and White Thing," the Brunswick Sour, a delicious dacquiri with a float of red wine.

    • 5 min

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