By @casualtorture on 25th Apr 2017, show post
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A spin on The Godfather using Canadian whisky: "Le Boss", made with Schenley Tradition (from Valleyfield, QC), and O'Dwyer Dartmouth, a craft amaretto from le Gaspesie...
about one month ago 4Who liked this?
Made my first Old Fashioned today. Had friends over and one of them likes to make them. He made me the first one I tasted a few weeks ago.
Tonight I used Raw sugar, Angostura bitters, and a 4:3 ratio of Old Ezra 8 year old CS bourbon and Alberta Premium CS rye (2021 edition). I really liked the massive ice cubes I made too. But it was hard to find a glass they would fit in.
Now that I have had 2, I can say they are dangerously drinkable.
about one month ago 7Who liked this?
@Nozinan - nice! Love those big ice cubes too - been making them for a while now and they're a must for any such cocktail or rocks drink.
about one month ago 3Who liked this?
Whisky Sidecar for me tonight. 2oz Penderyn Madeira finish, 1oz Cointreau, 3/4oz lemon juice shaken with ice for 20 seconds. A nice sour. Cheers all..
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A riff on the Parisian Blonde, using Maker's Mark instead of rum, and Vegan Holiday Nog instead of proper egg nog (the recipe actually calls for heavy cream and simple syrup; I made it both ways last year and it was better with the egg nog).
Unfortunately, the vegan nog is too thin, and actually started to separate shortly after shaking...
about one month ago 5Who liked this?
Another take on the Eye of the Rye, the cocktail I made for New Year's Eve, but this time using North of 7's Single Barrel Rye instead of Canadian Club. I think this version is a bit more balanced and works a bit better.
16 days ago 5Who liked this?
Old Fashioned with CC 20, Demerara Syrup, and muddled maraschino cherries and blood orange, garnished with a slice of blood orange and an Amarena cherry.
7 days ago 7Who liked this?
Made a Mamie Taylor with "X by Glenmorangie" (photo isn't uploading for some reason). I tried the X on its own first, and wasn't terribly impressed. It completely disappeared in the cocktail.
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