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Jungle Bird

1 July 2015 · 2 Comments

Beauty tiki-cocktail (Jungle Bird) garnished with orchid | ScienceOfDrink.com

Jungle Bird Cocktail | ScienceOfDrink.com

Jungle Bird

45 ml dark rum
20 ml Campari
15 ml fresh pressed lime juice
15 ml simple syrup
45 ml pineapple juice
Shake all the ingredients and pour over ice cubes in the rocks glass. Garnish with a pineapple wedge or something suitable.

How to make Jungle Bird Cocktail | ScienceOfDrink.com

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→ 2 CommentsTags: Campari · Rum

Turf Club

25 June 2015 · 3 Comments

Being a huge cocktail enthusiast obviously I’m a real Martini fan :) All this year around I have been scrutinizing a great Martini phenomenon from a birth in early 1880-s to the modern time. In fact, Martinez cocktail is the most famous predecessor of Martini, fewer people know about another one is Turf Club Cocktail. Actually both of these gin and vermouth cocktails appeared in press in the same time – Martinez was mentioned in The Modern Bartender’s Guide: How to Make Fancy Drinks by O.H.Byron (1884), and Turf Club in How to Mix Drinks. Barkeepr’s handbook by Winter, George in the same year.

Antique Dry Martini Cocktail (Turf Club) | ScienceOfDrink.com

The name of Turf Club Cocktail can tell a story of its birth, I suppose. A gentlemen’s club with the same name was famous in New York at 1880-s.

Turf Cocktail | ScienceOfDrink.com

Born as an austere Ancient Martini – Old Tom, italian vermouth and peruvian bitters only – Turf Club Cocktail (or just Turf) has come down to us as an interesting Martini variation sweetened with a dash of maraschino liqueur. I can recommend a next recipe, adapted from New and Improved Bartender’s Manual by Johnson, Harry (1900).

The Turf Club Cocktail | ScienceOfDrink.com

Turf Club Cocktail

40 ml Old Tom Gin (or Plymouth)
40 ml vermouth dry
2 dashes maraschino liqueur
2 dashes orange bitters
dash absinthe
Stir all the ingredients in a mixing ice with plenty of cracked ice. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with a medium sized olive.

As usual I use my atomizer for rinsing my cocktail glass with Pernod except adding it into a mix.

Actually I tasted Turf Cocktail with three different sort of gin – Old Tom, Plymouth and Dry Gin (Beefeater London Dry), my preferences have the same order :)

How to make Turf Cocktail | ScienceOfDrink.com

Turf Club Cocktail is an excellent drink, an excellent wet (fifty-fifty) Martini, I mean. It has a noble, exquisite and, I’m positive, sophisticated flavor and palate. It’s true connoisseurs choices.

→ 3 CommentsTags: Gin · Maraschino liqueur · Orange bitters · Vermouth dry

Carrot 43 Martini

21 June 2015 · 2 Comments

Have you ever drink a cocktail with orange juice? | ScienceOfDrink.com

Carrot 43 Martini Cocktail | ScienceOfDrink.com

Carrot 43 Martini

45 ml Hendrick’s gin
20 ml Cointreau
30 ml fresh pressed orange juice
15 ml fresh pressed carrot juice
15 fresh pressed lemon juice
15 ml simple syrup
Shake all the ingredients in a shaker with plenty of ice. Strain into a cocktail glass, garnish with a cucumber slice.

How to make a Carrot 43 Martini Cocktail | ScienceOfDrink.com

→ 2 CommentsTags: Cointreau · Gin



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