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What is Booker's? Broker's gin is clear as day.
I'm gonna give it a try tomorrow night and will report back. I will probably use Fee Bros. West Indian Orange bitters.
Sounds great, but I would have to get Aquavit which I can't get here. I do have a recipe for a drink using Cynar and Cherry Heering which I am looking forward to trying. If anyone else has recommendations for Cynar recipes I'm all ears. Black Lodge 1 1/2 oz Michter's Rye 1/2 oz Cynar 1/2 oz Cherry Heering 1/2 oz Carpano Antica 1 dash Regan's Orange Bitters
Just picked up my first bottle of Cynar and given a Negroni is my favourite summer cocktail I made a variation, the Berlioni: 1 oz Broker's gin 3/4 Cynar 1/2 dry vermouth Didn't have any oranges for the twist, but it was very enjoyable nevertheless. It would be a great introduction to the world of negroni-like bitter cocktails for people who don't normally appreciate that style of cocktail.
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.
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