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I find it's a 50/50 love it, hate it reaction to the drink.
I dice up fresh jalapenos as much as possible, even squishing them with the flat of the blade, then put them in.
1.5 oz mezcal1 oz pineapple juice3/4 oz Cointreau1/2 oz lime juice1/8 tsp jalapeno juice (I just infuse macerated jalapenos in the mezcal for a half hour)
I still make your White Martini regularly Huntsman. It is pretty lovely.
Last night went on a binge. Last Word, Moscow Mule, Pimm's Cup, Eva Green, Smokey Bandit, Foreboding Weather, etc. Add in some tequila, some Rip Van Winkle 10 and probably a few others as well. Last Word Oliveto (recipe adapted from Marvel Bar in Minneapolis) 2 oz. dry gin 1 oz. fresh lemon juice 1/4 oz. simple syrup (2:1 sugar:water) 1/4 oz. Licor 43 1/2 oz. extra virgin olive oil 1 egg white Next time I will double the simple syrup to balance things out a little....
Simple Negroni. Campari, Martini Rosso, Broker`s gin, dash of Angostura Orange Bitters.
A couple reasons I guess. First, a Sodastream doesn't let you carbonate flavoured liquids. Secondly, I suppose I wanted something more akin to an old fashioned. The ginger liqueur takes the place of the sugar and bitters, rum replaces bourbon. Really, as I mentioned in my first post, I was out for a run which I hate doing, and I started dreaming about cocktails to take my mind off how much I hate running and this was what popped into my head. No grandiose intentions by any...
You're all right. I meant tall, not up.
I do. But I tend to prefer boozier drinks to ones served up.
I made this last night after I pondered about cocktails during a run. 2 oz. El Dorado 15 rum 1 oz. King's Ginger Liqueur I figured it was a deconstructed variant of a Dark and Stormy. I had made ice balls with mint frozen in them, and added a wedge of lime. It was really, really good. I haven't seen a recipe like this before and if it is new, I am debating calling it Foreboding Weather.
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