You Will Need
Impress the bartender by ordering this classic. Traditionally the drink was made with cognac, but now more commonly made with rye whiskey or some people like half and half. When ordering ask for an “all Rye Sazerac”.
Sazerac – How To
- Chill a rock glass with ice.
- Add Rye Whiskey, sugar and Peychaud bitters to a mixing glass and stir over ice.
- Discard ice from rock glass and rinse with Absinthe by pouring in a small amount (a half shot) into your glass, swirl round, then discard the liquid.
- Strain your mixing glad into Absinthe rinsed glass (do not top with ice).
- Garnish with lemon zest and make sure to extract those citrus oils over the drink and round the rim. The lemon is essential to this drink!
It all began for the Sazerac cocktail in 1838, when Antoine Peychaud, a new Orleans apothecary, mixed cognac with his proprietary Peychaud bitters.
Cocktail curated by Highball Hospitality.
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Have you enjoyed it? It’s the final round in the first season of #MFHThirstyThursday! The final cocktail is the Sazerac – a personal favourite of mine. Impress the bartender by ordering this classic. Traditionally the drink was made with cognac, but now more commonly made with rye whiskey; or some people like half and half. When ordering ask for an “all Rye Sazerac”. ________________________________ You will need: ▪️50ml rye whiskey (I’m using jackdaniels_uk rye). ▪️12.5ml sugar syrup (I’m using @Monin_UK). ▪️2 dashes Peychaud Bitters. ▪️1 dash bitters – I’m using @angosturauk ▪️A drop of absinthe ▪️Lemon zest. ____________________________________ Recipe provided by Julia at @highballhospitality. Shot and edited by @purpleyamproductions.