2 oz gin 1/2 oz ginger ale 1-2 rosemary sprigs 1/2 oz lemon shake hard with ice to infuse with the rosemary
from the bartender’s bible. 2 ounces gin 1/2 ounce chartreuse 1 dash orange bitters Shake over ice.
From the bartender’s bible. 2 ounces gin 1 ounce brandy 1/2 ounce orgeat 1/2 ounce lemon Shake over ice.
2 oz. white rum ½ oz. honey syrup ¾ oz. fresh lemon juice 2 dashes lavender bitters 4 drops orange blossom water
1 fresh egg white 1 3/4 ounce gin 1/2 ounce orgeat 3/4 ounce juice from 1 to 2 lemons 6 drops orange blossom water nutmeg combine and shake without ice for 30 seconds. add ice and shake until cold. sprinkle with grated nutmeg.
2 oz rye whiskey 1/2 oz fig jam (heaping teaspoon) 1/2 oz honey 1 oz lemon juice dash of cinnamon heat the jam and honey until they are liquid. stir in whiskey, lemon, and cinnamon. shake over ice, and strain through mesh into glass.
In a large tumbler: pour a generous amount of sweet tea over ice add bourbon to taste
a delicious, refreshing way to enjoy the nectar of the buzzers. a friend’s favorite; may become yours too. 2 oz gin 1 oz honey (warmed so it dissolves) 1 oz lemon juice heat the honey, and add to a shaker. add the gin and and lemon and stir to dissolve. add ice and shake.
A friend suggested that since I often get slightly mixed up while driving that I should create a cocktail called the Wrong Direction. This drink is sweet at the start with a pleasantly dry bitter aftertaste. Just like going the wrong direction. 1 oz bourbon 1 oz brandy 8 dashes chocolate bitters 5 dashes celeryContinue reading “wrong direction”
Discovered this on a trip to Vancouver at Mamie Taylor’s in Chinatown. This is my reproduction. 2 oz bourbon or american whiskey 1 oz lillet ¾ oz averna amaro dash of angostura bitters combine in an old fashioned glass, and fill with ice.