St. Patrick’s Day almost here. It’s time to dump her and move on. I have 2 classics for you to try, as well as 2 options that I think you will really like.
The first is a classic cocktail, dating back to the 1920s, with a corresponding name Irish cocktail. Combining Irish whiskey curasao, absinthe, maraschino և Angostura bitters, this one is a bit like the Improved Holland Gin cocktail. However, the main thing is the olive garnish, which gives it a slightly different flavor than you might expect. This weird combination actually tastes really good.
The second classic cocktail comes from Patrick Gavin Duffy’s Official Mixers Manualև is called Shamrock cocktail. This one contains Irish whiskey, Green Chartreuse, cream de mente և dry vermouth. It’s funny that this one also requires an olive garnish. Definitely delicious, somewhat reminiscent of a dirty martini.
Because both Irish: և: Shamrock cocktails Call it an olive garnish, I thought it would be a fundraiser to get them out saline solution. If you’ve not heard of it, you’re not alone, but it ‘s a trend that has gained some popularity recently. Best used as a bitter, a few drops of saline solution will add a lot of richness to the drink. Add too much, և turn almost any cocktail into a glass of sea water.
Slow down before stealing IV fluids from a local hospital. Salt solutions are actually very simple to make. Take some water, put some salt in it, mix it until it dissolves. I use 1 part kosher salt for 15 parts water. It’s not much easier than that, you do not need to wear a ski mask to get “supplies”.
I decided to play the carbohydrate aspect of the Irish cocktail to make a variant called Dutch Alps. Whether or not this one uses genes instead of Irish whiskey, it’s still a great companion to the classic St. Patrick’s Day drink. I also replaced absinthe with genepi and curacao with Amaro Nonino. You can read more about this here The main recipe. Eventually, I gave up the olive garnish for a few saline solutions to give this one a deliciously spicy taste without feeling like you’re just licking a killer whale.
What about? Shamrock cocktail, I like what is happening, but I wanted to play with the odds a bit. Like any good Irish drink, I made it Improved Shamrock cocktail strong, 3 ounces Irish whiskey և 3/4 ounce Green Chartreuse (feel free to drink half of the recipe if it’s a little too much to drink). I reduced the cream and added the bitter mint to make it look deceptively harmless. Be careful with this one as it is quite strong.
- Irish cocktail. A classic drink for St. Patrick’s Day (drinks.seriouseats.com)
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