In super elegant cocktail Magnus, we are using a one of a kind gin from Australia.
A cocktail born out of limitations – using only ingredients on hand. This is Limitations No. 2.
Elegant, sophisticated and flavourfull. This is The Last Mechanical Art from the book Beta Cocktails.
The Floppy Disk by Jenner Cormier is a low ABV cocktail flirting with the nineteen eighties in the most delicious ways.
Remember the Alimony is a delicious sherry cocktail, and it’s very easy to make at home.
We like how balanced this cocktail is. It’s many different flavours compliment each other and create a boozy and stiff cocktail, that’s still so easy and enjoyable to sip.
We used honey from Sweden. And that’s one of the things we think is so awesome with cocktails. Ingredients from totally different parts of the world can be mixed into the same glass, and create something amazing.
Mezcal is so good! We can’t get enough of that smokiness, that really comes through also in this cocktail. It’s a very sophisticated spirit that everyone definitely should try, especially tequila lovers.
This is a perfect slow sipper cocktail, high on ABV. It’s also a 3,5 oz recipe so you’re in for a long lasting indulgence. If you garnish with an orange twist like we did you also get a nice citrus kick that both tastes and looks good.
We are actually really pleased about how elegantly this cocktail turned out. There are so many delicate flavours precent, which are probably enabled by the low ABV.
Bitter for sure, but a truly enjoyable cocktail!
So this is yet another great recipe from Brad Thomas Parsons excellent book “Amaro”: Yesterday, Today and Amaro.