D.C. bartenders battle over Rickey cocktail

Confederate solider Joseph Karr Rickey invented a cocktail -- which now bears his name -- in the late 19th century. Bartenders in the Washington, D.C., area are still shaking up and finding new ways to create Rickey cocktails, which are traditionally made of whiskey or gin, a sweetener, lime juice and club soda. A tour of bars in the area shows what some of these mixologists are inventing.

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