1 14 oz Gin, St. George Terroir
12 oz Zirbenz Stone Pine Liqueur
14 oz Amaretto, Lazzaroni
1 bsp Bénédictine
13 oz Lemon juice
Shake, strain, up
"Pergélisol" is French for permafrost; I was playing around with Zirbenz and the flavor and scent made me think of the intense greenery still frozen by the winter. I wanted to pair it with herbal and resin-ie flavors, and the St George Terroir did an excellent job of supporting the rest of the ingredients while still maintaining the spruce and bay leaf notes.
2011 Kindred Cocktails
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