1 hour ago, &roid said:
Second try (good job I don't work on a Monday):
Same ratios as before (save for a single dash of bitters) but stirred in a glass vessel, this time we went from 68g to 88g so now have a dilution of 29%. This gives a final abv of 31.1%.
I like this better. Orange bitter flavour much less intrusive and the slightly less fiery mix is nicer too. Fascinating how a small change like the material of the stirring vessel can impact on the end product.
@weinoo, I didn't check temps so maybe that's something for the next round of experiments!
Ah, but which orange bitters?
Edit: Oh I see in the previous post. Maybe try Regans or a dash of Regans and a dash of Fees.