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10 of San Francisco's Most Famous Cocktails

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While this drink has its origins in the Gold Rush, it's enjoyed a major revival recently. It's another pisco-based drink, but here's where things get weird. You add milk and green tea syrup to it, age that mixture for three days, then strain it through cheesecloth to remove all the curdled bits. It may sound funky but it's actually a worth a try. Get the recipe.

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