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Carefully add 7.5 ounces of dry white wine to a base of 5.5 ounces of Cynar (an Italian artichoke-based bitter liqueur).
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Add 11 ounces of filtered water to the mixture.
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Peel one lemon, and…
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…carefully squeeze each peel into the mixture to express the oils.
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Mix it all up real good.
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Stay focused—this will all be worth it.
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After chilling the mixture overnight, strain out the solids and pour into a carbonator. (Jeffrey’s a big fan of the iSi Twist ’n Sparkle.)
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Load a CO2 cartridge and fire up the carbonator.
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Assemble your bottles and wait for the carbonator to finish its job. (You’re getting close…)
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Carefully pour the mixture into the bottles of your choice.
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Cap the bottles using a crown capper.
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Label the caps, refrigerate, and drink when ready!
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