Top Shots: Our 10 Best Cocktails of 2010 – New York Restaurants and Dining – Fork in the Road

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​1. The West of East India at Mayahuel 304 East Sixth Street, East Village: Reposado tequila, Demerara rum, East India Sherry, Falernum, Amaro Nonino, and Xocolatl mole bitters, served up in a cocktail glass. The oak-kissed reposado tequila in the West of East India is bolstered by nutty oloroso sherry, while the rum and Falernum add a touch of spice. It would be a shade too Christmas-y were it not for the bitter edge provided by the amaro and bitters. Instead of fruitcake, what you get is bittersweet biscotti.

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4. The Cortado at Death & Co. (433 East Sixth Street, East Village): Pampero Aniversario Rum, Lemon Hart 151 Rum, coffee-bean-infused Carpano Antica Formula Vermouth, White Crème de Cacao, demerara syrup, Angostura bitters, and mole bitters, stirred and served up in a pretty glass. The coffee-bean infusion of beautifully bitter Antica in this drink is like a thread of silk running through velvet.

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