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How To Make A Winter Bourbon Smash | Drinks Made Easy

Now you might be saying Paul smash, you use fresh fruit and you muddle it. Well, yes, that’s true, but during the winter months some of our favorite fruits are mine, at least like raspberries blueberries. Blackberries can be a little bit difficult to get and even when you can get them oftentimes they’re, not nearly as flavorful as when they’re in proper season.

So a great workaround for that is using preserves or jams make sense without any further ado, let’s make a cocktail, but if you haven’t already, please go ahead and click on the subscribe button and the bell icon C be notified. Every time we do a new article build your winter bourbon smash, he’ll use two tablespoons of raspberry preserves, or if you have another fruit that you prefer, you can use that one as well.

Next, we’re going to add half an ounce of fresh lemon juice. One ounce of fresh orange juice, half an ounce of triple sec and one and a half ounces of the Bourbon of your choice. Now this is another opportunity where, if you’re not a huge fan of bourbon, you want something little bit more spicy. You can go with a bride, something sweeter. You can go with a brandy or a cognac and just cap that off into your shaker tin, full of ice and give it a good shake strain into the glass of your choice over ice and now because we’re using raspberry preserves.

There is going to be a bit of seeds here. If you don’t like seeds in your cocktail. I do you can always double strain this and that will catch all the seeds and then just going to add a light, splash Seltzer to lift it a little bit. Give that a quick stir and then just garnish, the small wedge of orange and easy as that you have the winter bourbon smash mmm. This is delightful now. You might think that, because of all the preserves that this would be an overly sweet cocktail, but because of that fresh lemon juice, it really cuts it and balances it out.

If you like, fruit-forward cocktails, that aren’t overly sweet and just have a lot of complex flavors check this one out and let us know what you think: cheers from drinks made easy


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How To Make The Clover Club Classic Cocktail | Drinks Made Easy

So it could be even older than that. First, printing now a lot of modern folks know of this drink because of one of the rock stars of the bartending world. Julie Rayner, who has a bar in Brooklyn, called the clover club, and this became one of their signature drinks. If you don’t know Julie check her out, she is a bona fide badass, but this is a great cocktail. If you hadn’t had before, you definitely need to check it out to make the clover club you’ll start with a half an ounce of raspberry syrup.

However, if you don’t already have raspberries here, a good workaround is 1/2, an ounce of simple syrup and four raspberries that you’re then just going to muddle. You might be thinking wait, but that’s a bit more volume than half an ounce you’re right, but you’re going to get a little bit of a reduction when you’re making a series using heat. So this is an approximation for overall labor again raspberry syrups are great to have for desserts, etc.

But if you’re just making one cocktail, it’s a great workaround. Next, we’re add: half an ounce of dry vermouth, half an ounce of fresh lemon juice, one and a half ounces of gin and only a quarter ounce of egg whites. Now, if you like your dream to be extra emulsified or you really like the kind of whiskey sour foam, you can add a little bit more and we’re going to start by doing a dry shake any time you have egg whites.

This is really imperative. If you want to get a nice foam on your cocktail, now you’re going to have a lot of ice and get a wet, then we’re going to double strain into a coupe. Now you wouldn’t normally need to double strain, but because we’re muddling the raspberries is a good idea to basically keep all the pulp and seeds out of your drink garnish with a skewer of fresh raspberries and easy. As that you have the clover club, it’s a great classic cocktail that, unlike a lot of modern raspberry drinks that are quite sweet, there’s a lot of subtle aspects to this with the vermouth and just the touch of raspberry and the egg whites is bring it all Together, if you’re looking for something that has a lot of complexity of flavor but isn’t overly sweet, try this drink out? If you have any comments, please be sure to leave them below.

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