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St. Germain


Nathan
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IKEA has been selling elderflower syrup. Do you think adding the syrup to drinks would make a passable substitute for St. Germain?

2 oz Wild Turkey Rye

1/3 oz Ikea elderflower syrup (approx - I adjusted up from 1/4)

2 dashes Peychaud's bitters

2 dashes Regan's orange bitters

The Regan's bitters make all the difference in knitting everything together.

It's almost never bad to feed someone.

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Another drink from the Bacardi Legacy competition (after Ally Martin's Young Cuban), this one by Remy Savage of the Little Red Door in Paris. The Columbus with Bacardi Superior, St Germain, yellow Chartreuse, Laphroaig 10, Angostura bitters. It is very much on the sweet side so I went very heavy on the Laphroaig and added a drop of Fee whiskey barrel-aged bitters (which were specified in an alternate version of this cocktail).

 

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