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* [https://talesofthecocktail.com/people/gary-gaz-regan-mentoring-mindfulness-and-maya-angelou Gary "Gaz" Regan on Mentoring, Mindfulness and Maya Angelou] from Tales of the Cocktail (2016)
 
* [https://talesofthecocktail.com/people/gary-gaz-regan-mentoring-mindfulness-and-maya-angelou Gary "Gaz" Regan on Mentoring, Mindfulness and Maya Angelou] from Tales of the Cocktail (2016)
 
* [https://www.sfgate.com/author/gaz-regan/ Columns on SFGate.com]
 
* [https://www.sfgate.com/author/gaz-regan/ Columns on SFGate.com]
* [https://imbibemagazine.com/gary-regan-1951-2019/ Obituary on Imbibe! Magazine]
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* Tributes/Obituaries:
* [https://www.diffordsguide.com/people/408/discerning-drinker/gaz-regan Gaz/Gary Regan Tribute] on Difford's Guide
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** [https://quigleybros.com/book-of-memories/4030157/Regan-Gary/index.php Official Obituary and Funeral Notice]
* [https://www.jeffreymorgenthaler.com/gary-regan/ Jeffrey Morgenthaler's Tribute to Gary]
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** [https://imbibemagazine.com/gary-regan-1951-2019/ Imbibe! Magazine]
* [https://neatpour.com/2019/11/gary-gaz-regan-bartender-author-and-educator-is-dead-at-68/ Gaz/Gary Regan Tribute] on NeatPour.com
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** [https://www.diffordsguide.com/people/408/discerning-drinker/gaz-regan Difford's Guide] on Difford's Guide
* [https://quigleybros.com/book-of-memories/4030157/Regan-Gary/index.php Official Obituary and Funeral Notice]
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** [https://www.jeffreymorgenthaler.com/gary-regan/ Jeffrey Morgenthaler's]
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** [https://neatpour.com/2019/11/gary-gaz-regan-bartender-author-and-educator-is-dead-at-68/ NeatPour.com]
  
 
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(September 18, 1958 – November 15, 2019)

Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”[1]:

"With countless newspaper and magazine columns, books and newsletters to his name, Gary Regan is known the world over as one of the most-read cocktail experts around. Whether he’s lecturing at The Smithsonian, conducting workshops or maintaining the Worldwide Bartender Database, he’s helped raise the world’s mixological awareness."

Orange Bitters #6

Orange bitters were once a common ingredient in cocktails, but had fallen by the wayside by modern times. Importantly, they were once a required ingredient for the Martini. Gary, in his search for orange bitters, encountered a recipe published in "The Gentleman’s Companion: An Exotic Drinking Book", by Charles H. Baker, Jr. Using that has a starting point, he gradually worked up a recipe for personal use. He first published it in "The Book of Bourbon" as "Orange Bitters #4".

Later, he teamed up with the Sazerac Company, to try to provide his recipe commercially. It took two more formulations before they could arrive at a recipe which would work, and pass the scrutiny of the TTB (Tax & Trade Bureau). Orange Bitters #6 is now widely available from various sources.

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