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Satan's Whiskers (Satan's Whiskers)

Posted by DrunkLab. Created by Satan's Whisker's, London, UK..

Shake (including orange slice), strain, up, twist.


An update on the "classic" Satan's Whiskers from the eponymous London bar, augmenting the orange juice with lemon for what M. Frog of Tartines to Tikis characterizes as a fresh and lively drink that avoids the common cocktail ailment of death by orange.

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  • Re Torres del Paine, 6 days 16 hours ago Cagmaggers commented:

    Found this a little austere at first and added a light splash of Luxardo Maraschino, which brought it right into the balance of bitter/sour/sweet that I was looking for.

  • Re Shining Path, 6 days 19 hours ago Biff Malibu commented:

    Subbed in Mathilde Peche for the apricot liqueur (because the Peche is rarely called for) - worked fine.

  • Re Zwei, 1 week ago tomdoe2701 commented:


  • Re Pretty In Pink, 1 week ago Craig E commented:

    What is the garnish?

  • Re Luxardo Sour, 1 week ago plandll commented:

    I recommend the Italian Margarita as a use for Amaretto. Swap in lemon for lime typically used for Margaritas, and use Amaretto instead of triple sec or agave syrup, tequila tht you prefer, and rim the glass with sugar instead of salt