A lot of measuring to be made here, but if you persist you are rewarded with a tiki like cocktail bursting with flavors. This is Sweep The Leg.
Apple juice in a cocktail? Yes, it’s far less usual than for example orange juice or grapefruit juice. But Leo Robitschek’s Mott and Mulberry cocktail is a perfect example of how delicious and well-working apple juice can be in a cocktail.
Greg Henry’s “Savory Cocktails” is quickly becoming a favorite of ours, and today we are making the Silk & Gators cocktail from his book. There is something intricate about cognac cocktails isn’t there? In this drink the cocktail is the true star, supported by minor amounts of other spirits.
The Paper Plane is made with equal parts bourbon, aperol, amaro and lemon juice. It’s a bittersweet cocktail with both freshness (from the lemon) and depth (from the amaro and bourbon). We like bitter cocktails, so the Paper Plane is definitely for us. If you’re uncertain about if you fancy bitter cocktails, this might be a… Continue reading Paper Plane – abano variation
Sometimes crazy is good like “Angels Share”, it could also be great. Looking in “Bartenders manual” in Swedish by Mathin Lundgren we found the most strange Manhattan. Combine bourbon with amaro and créme de cassis. Unexpected, yes, but it was quite exciting. You should try everything once, for this there might be a second one. Angels… Continue reading Angels Share