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tanstaafl2

tanstaafl2

On ‎3‎/‎2‎/‎2016 at 9:30 AM, sbumgarner said:

1 oz PF 1840 Cognac

.5 oz Smith & Cross

.5oz Cynar 70

.75 oz lime

.5 1:1 simple

one  1" x 1" pineapple cube

dash of Burlesque Bitters

pinch of salt

 

Shake, double strain over a big rock in a double old-fashioned.

 

I liked this in general. I think next time I'd try making some pineapple shrub and using a little in place of the pineapple to get the pineapple flavor while adding some extra acidity. A scrape of nutmeg probably wouldn't hurt either.

 

Perhaps a place for a bit of the indubitable Stiggins rum?

tanstaafl2

tanstaafl2

On ‎3‎/‎2‎/‎2016 at 9:30 AM, sbumgarner said:

1 oz PF 1840 Cognac

.5 oz Smith & Cross

.5oz Cynar 70

.75 oz lime

.5 1:1 simple

one  1" x 1" pineapple cube

dash of Burlesque Bitters

pinch of salt

 

Shake, double strain over a big rock in a double old-fashioned.

 

I liked this in general. I think next time I'd try making some pineapple shrub and using a little in place of the pineapple to get the pineapple flavor while adding some extra acidity. A scrape of nutmeg probably wouldn't hurt either.

 

Perhaps a place for a bit of the indutiable Stiggins rum?

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