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Classic Rye Whisky 

Old fashioned

After Diner Classic Cocktail

Products

 

  • Rye Whisky                         50ml

  • Aromatic Bitters                  4dsh

  • Simple Syrup                       5ml

  • Cubed Ice   

Materials

 

  • Whisky/Rock Glass

  • Strainer

  • Mixing Glass

  • Barspoon

Garnish

 

  • Orange Peel

How to create ...

 

  1. Start filling the mixing glass with the Bitters and Simple Syrup.

  2. Now add 25ml Rye whisky and stir gently.

  3. Add 1/4 ice in the mixing glass and stir again gently for a short time .

  4. Add another 25ml of Rye Whisky & 2/4 of ice, and stir 1 more time. 

  5. Use the strainer on the mixing glass, and strain it into the Whisky glass.

  6. Optional is adding a big cube of ice (See picture) into the Whisky glass.

  7. Peel a nice zest of Orange, and squeeze the oils on to the rim of the glass.

  8. Add the orange zest into the glass, and You'e Ready to Drink...

Perfect Serve

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History

Traditionally made with bourbon or rye whiskey,

Lightly sweetened with sugar and aromatized with bitters

This most classic of vintage cocktails is served over ice in a 

Heavy bottomed tumbler named after the drink and garnished 

With an orange zest twist.

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Classic French 75

Celebratory Aperitif drink.

Products

  • Dry Botanical Gin.              50ml

  • Fresh Lemon Juice.            20ml

  • Simple Syrup.                    25ml

  • Champagne Brut.               35ml

Materials

  • Champagne Coupe

  • Boston shaker

  • Strainer

 

Garnish

  • Lemon Zest

How to create ...

  1. Fill all products, besides the Champagne brut into the Boston shaker.

  2. Fill the boston shaker with 3/4 of cubed ice.

  3. Shake for 10/15 seconds.

  4. Strain the liquid into the Champagne Coupe.

  5. Now pour in the champagne, and finish it off with the Lemon Zest.

  6. Ready to Serve.

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Perfect Serve

History

The French 75 cocktail celebrates the firepower of de WW1 French 75-millimetre field gun.

 

In recent Decades, this has become a potent gin-based

Champagne cocktail with lemon juice and sugar served

In a flute, but originally consisted of gin, Apple brandy, grenadine and lemon juice served in a Cocktail glass. It is one of the world’s best-known cocktails but has beenShrouded in misinformation.

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