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Holiday Cocktail Recipe: The Warm Fuzzies

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This weekend will undoubtedly bring a little bit of that SoCal chill we've been waiting for, and what better way to keep yourself cozy than a Warm And Fuzzy cocktail from The Wallace. Bartender Holly Zack crafts this drink, which is essentially a riff on eggnog, with blackwell rum, cognac, cynar, egg, lemon, and simple syrup.

While you're there, it wouldn't hurt to grab a bite or two from the kitchen of husband-and-wife owners Michael and Carol Teich. They source seasonal ingredients from local farms, making comforting bites that'll go very nicely with your Warm Fuzzies.

Here's how it's done:

Warm Fuzzies

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.75 oz Blackwell rum
.75 oz cognac
.5 oz cynar
1 oz simple syrup
.5 oz lemon
1 egg

Dry shake in a Boston shaker, then shake with ice. Double strain. Garnish with grated nutmeg.

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