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End of Iraq war celebrationAs we’re told the Iraq War will be over and American troops will come home to U.S.A., celebrates with a new Bourbon cocktail recipe creation by our Chef/Mixologist Stephen Dennison.

Regardless of your political persuasion if any, at we’re proud to be a part of the “Cocktail Party” and we invite you to enjoy this “War is Over” cocktail called “The Welcome Home Toast.”

We invite you to honor members of the military with their names under “Comments” and “Leave a reply” at the very bottom of this story as your toast to them.

At the same time, we send a “Cheers” from to all the men and women serving in the United States Armed Forces as they return!

The Welcome Home Toast

Wild Turkey 81 Bourbon 3/4 oz. Wild Turkey 81
3/4 oz. Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur
Dash Regan’s Orange Bitters
Twist Orange
American Sparkling Wine (Like Korbel or your favorite)

In Champagne Flute, add Bourbon, Domain de Canton, Orange Bitters. Add Sparkling Wine slowly. Express orange twist. Enjoy.

American soldiers troops come home from Iraq War back to USA


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4 Responses to “The Welcome Home Toast”

  1. Murrell Ray

    Major Jeff Moran, U.S. Army, maybe you won’t have to go back now.

  2. Bob Sullivan

    To Sgt. David Wimberg, USMC. Gave his life in Iraq for out freedom. Your sacrifice will not be forgotten, nor that of your brothers and sisters.
    Here’s to you.

  3. Pamela Zelman

    TSgt.John Waschka, recently retired, USAF. Randy Cox, CBRN NCO Army Nat’l Guard. Taylor Cox, police trainer Marines, headed to Afghanistan shortly. I will toast my friends and all the men and women (and their families) who sacrifice so we can live the lives we choose.

  4. Joseph Vicars

    I served in the Marines for 6 years, and am proud of the service I gave to my country. I think its pretty cool that Mr. Dennison has taken the time and utilized his creativity to make such a fine cocktail in honor of our heroes, fallen and returning. Thank you sir, and I look forward to more samples of your fine mixology. SEMPER FIDELIS!