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The Khartoum Cocktail Recipe

The Khartoum Cocktail Recipe


Posted By on Jun 13, 2017

The Khartoum Cocktail Recipe Today’s recipe is another from our perusal of Frederic Yarm’s Drink & Tell. It’s yet another creation of eminent Boston bartender Misty Kalkofen, during her time at Cambridge’s Brick and Mortar–we’ve been on something of a Kalkofen kick recently (here, here, here). Rum would usually be the base of a cocktail. In this one, a fairly small amount of it plays more of a...

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Wigle’s Pressed Pommeau At their latest seasonal release, Wigle Whiskey sent us Pressed, their version of a pommeau. A pommeau is a traditional liqueur in Brittany and Normandy, made by combining apple brandy with raw apple cider, and then allowing it to age for a while (in Wigle’s case 2 months). We’ve never tasted a genuine Norman pommeau, but Wigle’s is crisp, sweet without being cloying, and fresh, with a...

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Maximilian Affair Cocktail Recipe A couple of weeks ago, when we used the Maximilian Affair in our glass rinsing experiment, we realized to our great shock that we’ve never posted its recipe. It’s one of our all-time favorite drinks, even making it on to our wedding menu, and we’ve mentioned here and there; but we’ve never passed the recipe along. It’s high time we correct that oversight. As we mentioned...

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