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Thursday, May 8, 2014

10 Must-Try New Summer Cocktails

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  • Robbie Travis

Serge's Morning Girl The Libertine (7927 Forsyth Boulevard; 314-862-2999) Serge's Morning Girl is named after French music icon Serge Gainesbourg and his "way with the ladies." The cocktail is a "super-bright" aperitif made with Sauvignon blanc, citrus juice, Aperol and a dash of pickling liquid from green strawberries -- found elsewhere on the Libertine's menu -- for a hint of sweetness.

  • Ted Kilgore

Royal Blush Planter's House (1000 Mississippi Avenue; 314-696-2603) Described by owner Ted Kilgore as "amped up and sour," the Royal Blush combines strawberries and bourbon with Cappelletti (an aperitif from Italy with orange and herbal notes) and lemon.

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  • Coby Arzola

Margarita Tamarindo Gringo (398 Euclid Avenue; 314-449-1212) The Margarita Tamarindo combines blanco tequila, Gran Gala (Italian orange liqueur), fresh lemon and tamarind and is served with a Tajin (chile-salt) rim. It was discovered in a small town near the Tequila region of Jalisco, Mexico, called Tlaquepaque, occupied mostly by artists and musicians, most notably its Mariachis.

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