The Novara is my favorite cocktail at Jamie Boudreau’s Canon:. Although the book, as is uncommon in modern-day cocktail books, has an abundance of complex “cunning” recipes, Novara is simply refreshing in its preparation. Strangely enough, Jamie himself does not say much about it, only discusses the merits of using quality passion fruit syrup. But do not worry Jamie. I have this for you. Novara has one and a half ounces of gin and half an ounce of Campari, passion fruit syrup and lemon juice. The change / accent combination results in a cocktail reminiscent of pink grapefruit juice. Never a bad thing in my opinion. Novara benefits from a balance of flavors depending on the passion fruit syrup used. I find it with me Homemade PF syrup The taste is slightly deviated from the fruit. Properly prepared, lemon juice, passion fruit ոնի lemon juice should be combined into a new grapefruit flavor, և if any of the three become dominant, you should pick it up a little. For me, it means a lighter touch of syrup. a heavy quarter ounce to a little over half an ounce. When you upset the balance, this becomes a crowd-pleasing cocktail that you can quickly prepare for a group of guests և doubly helpful to us, our ladies-heads, who always have quality passion fruit syrup on hand. What does the name have to do with it? De Jamie did his research and used the name of the Italian city where Gaspare Campari invented his famous aperitif.
Moreover, I will add that Canon Cocktail Book: It is a beautifully presented but compact donut, which gives some interesting insights on how to build a successful cocktail bar, as he points out a number of cocktail recipes, from beautiful to quite difficult. It is offered.
1.5 oz / 45 ml dry gin.
0.5 ounces / 15 ml of fresh lemon juice.
0.5 oz / 15 ml Campari.
0.5 oz / 15 ml Passion fruit syrup (see text).
Shake well with ice, squeeze twice in a glass of iced champagne.
Toast to Jamie Bodro.
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