If you've been to an even moderately progressive bar in the last five years you've undoubtedly seen a Sazarac on the menu. Rye whiskey, Peychaud's Bitters, simple syrup, and an absinthe wash. Wait, what the hell is an absinthe wash? Trust us, you want to know.
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