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Craig E

Craig E

Two new-to-me tipples that I enjoyed last week. Both of these really brought out the best of these ingredients, many of which are personal favorites.

 

Flying Dutchman (Jardinière)
by Brian MacGregor, Jardinière, San Francisco, CA.

  • 1 1/2 oz Genever, Bols (Boomsma)
  • 3/4 oz Bénédictine
  • 3/4 oz Yellow Chartreuse (Strega)
  • 3/4 oz Lemon juice

Shake, strain, up.

 

Nice complexity and groundedness. My wife and I were trying to put our finger on this pleasant underlying flavor, and the best we could do was to say it was like a smoky flavor but without the smoke. 

 

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Duplex (no pic)
by DavisSqPro, chowhound

  • 2 oz Punt e Mes
  • 2 oz Lillet Blanc (Cocchi Americano)
  • 2 ds Orange bitters

Stir, strain, wine glass, lemon twist.

 

This finishes a little syrupy as I'd feared, but the flavors are delightful—bubblegum, dates, herbs. That sounds kind of gross when I say it out loud but I really liked it. 

Craig E

Craig E

Two new-to-me tipples that I enjoyed last week. Both of these really brought out the best of these ingredients, many of which are personal favorites.

 

Flying Dutchman (Jardinière)
by Brian MacGregor, Jardinière, San Francisco, CA.

  • 1 1/2 oz Genever, Bols (Boomsma)
  • 3/4 oz Bénédictine
  • 3/4 oz Yellow Chartreuse (Strega)
  • 3/4 oz Lemon juice

Shake, strain, up.

 

Nice complexity and groundedness. My wife and I were trying to put our finger on this pleasant underlying flavor, and the best we could do was to say it was like a smoky flavor but without the smoke. 

 

Duplex
by DavisSqPro, chowhound

  • 2 oz Punt e Mes
  • 2 oz Lillet Blanc (Cocchi Americano)
  • 2 ds Orange bitters

Stir, strain, wine glass, lemon twist.

 

This finishes a little syrupy as I'd feared, but the flavors are delightful—bubblegum, dates, herbs. That sounds kind of gross when I say it out loud but I really liked it. 

IMG_4514 1.png

Craig E

Craig E

Two new-to-me tipples that I enjoyed last week. Both of these really brought out the best of these ingredients, many of which are personal favorites.

 

Flying Dutchman (Jardinière)
by Brian MacGregor, Jardinière, San Francisco, CA.

  • 1 1/2 oz Genever, Bols (Boomsma)
  • 3/4 oz Bénédictine
  • 3/4 oz Yellow Chartreuse (Strega)
  • 3/4 oz Lemon juice

Shake, strain, up.

 

Nice complexity and groundedness. My wife and I were trying to put our finger on this pleasant underlying flavor, and the best we could do was to say it was like a smoky flavor but without the smoke. 

 

Duplex
by DavisSqPro, chowhound

  • 2 oz Punt e Mes
  • 2 oz Lillet Blanc (Cocchi Americano)
  • 2 ds Orange bitters

Stir, strain, wine glass, lemon twist.

 

This finishes a little syrupy as I'd feared, but the flavors are delightful—bubblegum, dates, herbs. That sounds kind of gross when I say it out loud but I really liked it. 

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