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Monk's Cherry at Elixir

Monk's Cherry at Elixir

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Elixir’s Summer line-up was recently released and it’s heavy on the watermelon with other fresh fruits and herbs making an appearance. While I enjoyed the watermelon/black pepper combo of the Peppermelon, I preferred the aesthetic Monk’s Cherry ($10): Bulleit bourbon, Green Chartreuse, Carpano Antica, muddled Bing cherries and lavender flowers with a garnish of the last two ingredients.

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