TIME STAMPS 0:20 History 0:56 Bitters Explained 1:55 Let’s make it! 3:17 Taste
It’s time for one of those weird cocktails. The Trinidad Sour. I use 1 OZ of Angostura Bitters in this one, and that’s me scaling back on the recipe! This to me could’ve been called a Christmas Sour too…but I explain where the name comes from in the video. This is an oddball cocktail for sure, but a fun and tasty one! Let me now what you think!
3/4 oz (22.5ml) Orgeat
3/4 oz (22.5ml) Lemon Juice
1 oz (30ml) Angostura Bitters
1 oz (30ml) Rye Whiskey
Shake this well (there are some INTENSE flavors in there…) and serve over ice or up, whatever your heart desires.
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Orgeat Syrup Recipe
1 cup white sugar
1 cup unsweetened Almond milk
A few drops (to taste) almond extract
A few drops (to taste) orange blossom water
Heat sugar and almond milk in a pot until fully dissolved (don’t boil it), let cool off and add almond extract and orange blossom water. Stir and store in refrigerator for up to 3 weeks. You can freeze it too.
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