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Cocktails: Can You Drink Your Fill?

Since we're tackling the essentials of home bartending this week, I thought I'd whet your appetite for a stiff drink by testing your cocktail know-how.

Here's how it's going to work: I'll name a bar beverage, and you'll match it to the right glassware. How well you do might have something to do with how many you've toasted with in your lifetime. Ready to raise a (proper) glass? Then let's get started.

Cocktails: Can You Drink Your Fill?

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limelindsey limelindsey 6 years
10/10! I'm shocked, I was sure I had some wrong. I've only ever had Manhattans in a martini glass, glad it said that was a possibility. Starting to think I was going crazy!
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 6 years
fayul! And yeah I definitely don't have the selection at my house to pour drinks other than wine or champagne in the right glasses. I wish I did though! I have noticed a lot of bars don't care, either.
JanetG0307 JanetG0307 6 years
this was fun, but at our parties, the drinks go into whatever glasses are left! no one ever seems to care which drink goes in which glass properly.
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