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  1. #301
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    Yeah. Citrus, bitters, some kind of herbaceous flavors, really depends on what you want to bring out of the whiskey

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    Yuzu gets overused but it packs much citrus into little volume

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    Add a splash of Fanta

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    Anyone still posting on this one...

    Messed around with a fun cocktail last weekend.. DId a fat wash on a mezcal and added some citric acid to some pineapple juice..

    Ended up with a Chorizo fat washed margarita with acid adjusted pineapple juice and vanilla. Pretty damn tasty!
    is this thing on?

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    I definitely want to try some fat washing techniques

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    Thing #2 made some staghorn sumac simple syrup. I've only made a mocktail with it so far by adding to seltzer water. I like it. The recipe is a work in progress. He used fresh and invented his own recipe. I'm wondering if he needs to dry it first.

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    Smoky Black Manhattan

    High West campfire whisky + Averna amaro (usual ratio), orange zest and a cherry. Lovely fall/winter sipper

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianpnw View Post
    Smoky Black Manhattan

    High West campfire whisky + Averna amaro (usual ratio), orange zest and a cherry. Lovely fall/winter sipper
    I’ve really been on a Black Manhattan kick this year. Occasionally I’ll swap the Averna for Nonino (and flatten the ratio). Mostly I use Rittenhouse for that, but the Campfire is an interesting idea. Or just smoke the cocktail.

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    Anyone have any experience with this? I have virtually 0 experience with gin.
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    Not sure on the specifics of the indigo, but a last word cocktail is great, as is a standard G&T, go to whole foods or harmons and grab some nice tonics.


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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
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    Anyone have any experience with this? I have virtually 0 experience with gin.
    That plus Fever Tree elderflower tonic makes a good G&T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
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    Anyone have any experience with this? I have virtually 0 experience with gin.
    Art Shirk and I consumed a fair bit of his stock of that when I visited the compound. I drink my gin with Campari and it made a very pretty color. It tasted good and I had a hangover in the morning, so I'd give it a thumbs up.
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    These last two suggestions are spot on. Elderflower G&T and in a Negroni


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    Quote Originally Posted by Doughnuts01 View Post
    Anyone still posting on this one...

    Messed around with a fun cocktail last weekend.. DId a fat wash on a mezcal and added some citric acid to some pineapple juice..

    Ended up with a Chorizo fat washed margarita with acid adjusted pineapple juice and vanilla. Pretty damn tasty!
    Any more deets on the recipe, Doughnuts? I've only done a bacon fat-washed bouborn for PDT's Bacon Old Fashioned. Yours sounds tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
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    Anyone have any experience with this? I have virtually 0 experience with gin.
    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    That plus Fever Tree elderflower tonic makes a good G&T.
    ^^^
    That's been my experience. I like gin and this one is unique. Thing is, any time I try new gins I'm reminded that I like plain old London dry gin like Beefeater.

    I am curious to try James May's new version of his gin, London Drizzle.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Tried one of these recently, and it was quite tasty:

    https://punchdrink.com/recipes/artichoke-hold/

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    I was out in the city for work all night and had a huge dinner. Came home and made an awesome cocktail with Rye, luxardo and a splash of Frenet. Named it a night night.
    But you all hate Frenet, so nothing to see here..

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    It’s an odd taste that’s all

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    ^^^
    That's been my experience. I like gin and this one is unique. Thing is, any time I try new gins I'm reminded that I like plain old London dry gin like Beefeater.

    I am curious to try James May's new version of his gin, London Drizzle.
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    I see hydraulic turtles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fool View Post
    Any more deets on the recipe, Doughnuts? I've only done a bacon fat-washed bouborn for PDT's Bacon Old Fashioned. Yours sounds tasty.
    Just seeing this now.

    3L of mezcal. 2 cups of Chorizo fat. Let that shit sit in the freezer for 3 days. Then strain off with a pour-over coffee filter system.

    1L of pineapple juice
    32g of citric acid
    20g of malic acid

    1L of agave simple syrup 1/1
    3 tbs of vanilla paste.

    Then just build like a classic Tommy's Marg
    2oz mezcal
    1.5oz of the acid adjusted pineapple
    .75oz vanilla agave
    Tajin rim

    We are serving it at Coa Cantina in Breck if you are ever in the neighborhood.


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    is this thing on?

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    Sounds intriguing .....

    I need to find a sophisticated local bar (yeah, right ..., in a college town?!?!?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doughnuts01 View Post
    Just seeing this now.

    3L of mezcal. 2 cups of Chorizo fat. Let that shit sit in the freezer for 3 days. Then strain off with a pour-over coffee filter system.

    1L of pineapple juice
    32g of citric acid
    20g of malic acid

    1L of agave simple syrup 1/1
    3 tbs of vanilla paste.

    Then just build like a classic Tommy's Marg
    2oz mezcal
    1.5oz of the acid adjusted pineapple
    .75oz vanilla agave
    Tajin rim

    We are serving it at Coa Cantina in Breck if you are ever in the neighborhood.


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    Looks great - thanks!

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    I was at a Christmas Eve get together and the host had a Bev cocktail machine. I generally drink whisk(e)y neat, but had a few of the cocktails. Sweater Weather, which is a whiskey based cocktail, was my favorite. The Bev doesn't make cocktails as well as a good bartender, but they are decent and made in less than a minute.


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    Not unique but a very good find at Costco:


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