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Earl Grey liqueur


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I bought a 100mL mini of Earl Grey liqueur today. Purely because it's, er, Earl Grey liqueur. It's quite sweet, yes, and tastes very strongly of Earl Grey tea (Bergamot being a dominant flavour note). I want cocktail ideas--ideally things that aren't too sweet. I should add that it's based on gin.

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A few things that have just come to mind:

Caipirinha, maybe If you can find fresh bergamot to use as well, or maybe just with limes as normal. Use the liqueur instead of sugar/gomme.

Sidecar, liqueur instead of Cointreau

Same as above for a White Lady/Chelsea Sidecar

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