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“Cinnamon Girl” recipe in Edible Idaho

Cinnamon Girl Makes 1 drink ¼ ounce honey syrup (see recipe below) 1 generous pinch ground cinnamon 2 ounces Koenig Seven Devils Bourbon 1½ ounces freshly squeezed grapefruit juice Grapefruit wedge and cinnamon stick for garnish Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add all ingredients except for the garnish. Shake vigorously for 30 seconds until well chilled. Strain into an Old Fashioned glass filled with ice, garnish with grapefruit wedge and .
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Koenig Distillery’s Eau de Vie in Edible Idaho South

Article from Edible Idaho South By Guy Hand, Winter 2012 “In Austria, they’re always their own course; no meal is complete without a good eau de vie to finish everything off” “Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Northern Italy and  then  going east into Romania, Poland and the Czech Republic, all have this wonderful tradition of fruit brandies where people were distilling  spirits from locally available fruit,” Greg Koenig  said. Many European .
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WestToast.com Reviews Koenig Distillery Huckleberry Vodka

Article from WestToast.com By Rick, August 30, 2011 Since transitioning to WestToast, my favorite part as a writer has been the increased flexibility to write about any type of beverage I want. Our wine coverage is as strong as ever, California is getting a lot more coverage, and beer is getting its fair share of attention. It occurred to me, though, that Clare is our only writer tackling spirits and .
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Spirits of the Northwest

Article from Northwest Palate Magazine by Cole Danehower, June 2011 Koenig Distillers Idaho seems an unlikely location for a small distillery to find success: the state ranks close to the bottom in per capita wine consumption.  But Koenig Winery & Distillery is changing that perception with one of the finest lineups of craft spirits and award-winning wines made anywhere in the Northwest.   Drawing on an Old World tradition of .
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