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A Spontaneous Libation for your Consideration

Gin-Gin Mule

Posted by Dan. Created by Audrey Saunders, Beacon, then Pegu Club.
1 3⁄4 oz Gin, Tanqueray
3⁄4 oz Lime juice
8 lf Mint
1 oz Ginger beer (homemade)
1 spg Mint (as garnish)
1 Lime (wheel, as garnish)
2 sli Ginger (candied, as garnish)
Instructions

Muddle lime juice, simple & mint. Add gin. Shake. Pour into iced highball, top with ginger beer, garnish with the ginger on a pick and the mint sprig through a lime wheel.

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So look… this doesn't work in Oregon. The best thing to do here is to keep an eye on the Next Month Price Change list, and find things that you want that are going way down in price. Most recently, this was the infamous Laphroaig 10 for $20.25, but about a year ago, A. de Fussigny Tres Vielle Cognac dropped from $220 to $100 a bottle, and if you know that it’s a 50 year old Cognac that hasn’t been made in 10-15 years… well, let’s just say it was worth the drive to Eugene to pick up two bottles.

It also doesn’t work in Washington, which is too new at the private liquor sales game to have dusty old bottles lying around. There’s a lot of clean, bright new liquor stores and some helpful people, but taxes being what they are up there… I’d just avoid wasting a lot of time looking in Washington for liquor.

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Recent Discussion

  • Re Detox Retox, 6 hours ago HallA commented:

    No... don't drink this. I am not sure where this came from.. and should have used that as a sign to not drink it and to pay more attention to the ratios in which case I would have realized. A tablespoon of matcha powder makes this undrinkable, which I should have realized. Went looking for ref and a bullshit Dr. Oz website as "health" because of cucumber and matcha. May try to rebalance, idea may have some potential but don't try with this much Matcha.

  • Re Rudy Ray, 2 days ago Shawn C commented:

    Yes, I need to post more of my own (admitted in a sheepish tone.) I've been merrily trying others' contributions, but have been remiss in posting my experiments that worked...at least for my palate anyway. The Pasubio one I came up with combined it, St. Raphael Rouge (which is hard to come by in the U.S.) and rye for a Manhattan riff--sort of obscure because of the Raphael that I had to import from London, but found I really like it much more than I anticipated. I haven't decided whether to call the cocktail a Purple Manhattan or Montreux as a nod to Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water." I might want to save that smoke reference for something with Sfumato Rabarbaro and Pasubio if I find a combo that works.

    I also am very fond of the Rhapsody in Blue. For a fellow Pasubio enthusiast, some other Pasubio libations I am keen on are: Purple Globe, My one and only Blue, Scalatore, and Purple Martin (definitely need the Scarlet Ibis and Averell for this one to truly shine.)

  • Re World's fair, 3 days ago yarm commented:

    Created by Vannaluck Hongthong at the Baldwin Bar in Woburn, MA.

  • Re Rudy Ray, 4 days ago noksagt commented:

    Your one posted drink does not use Pasubio, but I'd be open to recommendations you have. This is the only Pasubio+lemon cocktail in kindred at the moment & other tasty Pasubio cocktails in general would be great. I also like the Rhapsody in Blue. Surprised there are only two cocktails on here that use this great ingredient.

  • Re Black Betty, 5 days ago Shawn C commented:

    Okay, but less than the sum of the parts. Even at 1/8 oz, the Pastis dominates, and much moreso than with a rinse for a Sazerac which I enjoy. As a result, the Braulio and Cynar are muted.