2 oz Brandy (This doesn't have to be amazing)
1 T Ruby Port
1 pn Nutmeg (optional, as garnish)
Instructions

Pour over ice in a mixing glass //

Serve in a small wineglass //

garnish with nutmeg (optional)

Notes

This is a serious but surprisingly drinkable cocktail that responds well to variation. Grand Marnier works well with ruby port, but Cointreau or just triple sec and tawny port also make a great combination.

You can also serve neat, which has become known as 'the winter drink' among our circle.

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Reference

This recipie: 1999 Williams-Sonoma Bar Guide

An Alternative: http://www.imbibemagazine.com/Recipes/Brandy-Sangaree-Recipe

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