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When a recipe calls for an orange liqueur, Cointreau is what you need. Triple Sec is also a very good choice for a cheaper price. Curacao can also do the trick but has a more bitter flavor.
Alcohol by volume: 40%
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All cocktails made with Orange Liqueur
Frozen Blue Margarita
A new twist to an old 'lost' classic
A sweet, creamy shooter with nutty overtones.
A sweet twist to a popular classic
Created at the Townhouse Bar & Grill in Emeryville, California in the mid-1990s by Paul Harrington (author of Cocktail: The Drinks Bible for the 21st Century), the Jasmine is a modern classic, and a great introduction to Campari for those trying it for the first (or the fifth) time.
A popular tropical drink. A Daiquiri with an orange twist really.
As dangerous as a snake in the grass
A blue refreshing cocktail
A blue version of the che che
The Leap Year is a somewhat popular cocktail, at least it's been around for many years (1930's at least) and if it is not on the tips of tongues, it is at least in the back of some minds and a well-rounded Martini alternative. This is a sort of enhanced Gin & It or an orange-flavored Emerson.
A simple variation on the classic Singapore Sling, for those who don't have the more exotic extras.
Awesome cocktail to have at the pool
Sam Adam's beer, brightened and strengthened up a bit.