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In the 1990s, Twin Peaks was one of the most talked-about television series. Set in the fictional town of Twin Peaks, Washington, many of the series’ exterior shots were filmed in the very real and very charming communities of Snoqualmie, North Bend and Fall City. As a toast to the upcoming rebirth of the series on Showtime, we suggest trying Salish Lodge & Spa’s Dale Cooper, named for the show’s character played by Washington native Kyle MacLachlan. 

INGREDIENTS
—1.25 oz. Batch 206 Gin
—1 oz. Bee’s Knees Juice (clove- and cardamom-infused Salish Honey)
—1 oz. sweet and sour mixer
—2 oz. Salish Honey Hard Cider

DIRECTIONS
1. Add the first three ingredients to a shaker filled with ice.
2. Shake vigorously for 15 seconds.
3. Pour into glass, then top with cider and enjoy!

Courtesy of Salish Lodge & Spa

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