Dr. Rieux

by | Aug 3, 2020


This is an intriguing one. Apple brandy is mixed with Swedish punsch, while there is also both rum and orange liqueur in the mix. The result is a fairly complex, interesting and enticing drink that we thoroughly enjoyed.⁠ ⁠ We believe punsch is more and more available around the world these days. It’s fun to sea it used in cocktail recipes, as it was previously mainly served with certain food dishes in Sweden (especially with yellow pea soup). It’s great in drinks though, so we like the route punsch is taking.⁠ ⁠ We love this season when cocktails can be enjoyed outside. The Swedish summer nights are warm, the sky is clear and the winds are calm. Skål!⁠

Dr. Rieux

Recipe found via Difford’s Guide


1 oz Calvados⁠

1 oz light rum⁠

0,75 oz Swedish punsch⁠

0,5 oz orange curacao⁠

0,25 oz simple syrup⁠

0,75 oz fresh lemon juice⁠


Shake all ingredients with fresh ice and fine strain into a coupe.⁠



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