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Rose 75 Cocktail

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Blending the tart flavor of sumac and the heady sweetness of rose, this cocktail tickles the palate with a full spectrum of flavors. As is so often the case, we perfected the recipe by happy accident and now consider it essential for any festive gathering.  Pretty, pink and refreshing, Rose 75 is perfect for special occasions or as the perfect sip to enjoy the last days of summer.

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