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Amaretto Sour

11 July 2014 · 6 Comments

Amaretto Sour Cocktail

Amaretto Sour (ala Jeffrey Morgentaller)

45 ml amaretto
20 ml cask-proof bourbon
30 ml fresh lemon juice
1 tsp. sugar syrup (1:2)
15 ml egg white
Shake vigorously. Strain into a tumbler filled with ice. Garnish with a lemon peel and a cocktail cherry.

Best Ever Amaretto Sour

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Petruchio Cocktail

7 July 2014 · 4 Comments

Petruchio Cocktail with a beauty foam hat

Petruchio Cocktail

30 ml gin
30 ml Aperol
15 ml fresh lemon juice
8 ml sugar syrup (2:1)
1 dash orange bitter
30 ml egg white (white of one egg)
Shake vigorously all ingredients without ice then add large ice cubes and chill the cocktail. Strain into a cocktail glass.

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Clover Leaf

3 July 2014 · 23 Comments

Clover Club / Leaf Cocktail

Clover Leaf (organic version)

50 ml gin
25 ml fresh lemon juice
25 ml simple syrup
6 ripe fresh raspberries
2 fresh mint leaves
white of 1 egg
At the bootom of a mixing glass muddle berries with simple syrup then add the gin, stir and fine strain into a shaker. Add the juice, two mint leaves, white of an egg. Dry shake vigorously until thick froth then add some large ice cubes and shake again. Strain into a fancy cocлефшд glass or a coupe. Garnish with a mint leaf (or sprig, or three even four mint leaves).

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S.I.P. #16 – Bloody Mary – The Roundup

2 July 2014 · 10 Comments

Sorry, but this post is not available in English. But coming soon!

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S.I.P.#16 – Bloody Mary

27 June 2014 · 17 Comments

Bloody Mary Cocktail with tomatoes and peppercorns

Red Snapper

pinch of salt
pinch of ground red pepper
pinch or gound black pepper
1-2 drops of Tabasco sauce
1-2 dash of Worcestershire sauce
15 ml fresh lemon juice
125 ml quality tomato juice
50 ml gin
Add all ingredients into a mixing glass. Add ice and roll the mixture untill cold. Pour over ice cubes into a collins glass. Garnish with something appropriate (like lemon or lime wedges, cherry-tomatoes, stuffed olives or peppers, even cubed cheese) and add a selery stalk as a swizzle stick. Serve with a straw.

The Oyster Shooter

Oyster Shooter

1 small oyster
15 ml lemon vodka
25 ml tomato mix
Pour vodka and tomato-mix into a chilled shooter glass add oyster. Serve on a plate with a lot of crushed ice, garnish the plate with oysters shells, lemon wedges and giant capers with the stem.

Tomato Mix for Oyster Shooter

120 ml quality tomato juice
10 ml fresh lemon juice
8 ml balsamic vinegar
pinch of salt
pinch of pepper
1 dash Tabasco sauce
a little of fresh grated horseradish root
little leaf of pineapple sage
Muddle leaf of pineapple sage on the bottom of a mixing glass. Add the rest of ingredients and stir, keep in a fridge during a couple of hours until cold.

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