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Kazimierz World Wine Bar's Nikolashka

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Chris Lingua at Kazimierz World Wine Bar in Old Town Scottsdale says this little 
beauty is official-- the official house shot, that is-- keeping the vibe in the Kaz Bar house stylish, smooth, and super sexy.

Name: The Nikolashka

Ingredients: Equal parts Presidente Brandy and Kruskovac pear liqueur with a sugared lime wheel on top. (Note: For best results bite into lime first and hold in mouth while shooting).

Flavor: warm subtle sweetness with a acidic citrus kick to balance it all out.

Price: $6

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