Instructions

Shake, strain, up. Lemon twist garnish optional.

History

Inspired by the Trinidad Sour

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Posted by bevx on 7/07/2014
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Comments

Delicious. Cinnamon was an inspired choice. Interestingly, as it warmed it got quite lemony, despite the large amounts of other strong ingredients. Lovely color too.


bevx commented on 7/07/2014:

Thanks, glad you like! The cinnamon syrup was the one part I wasn't so sure about at first; I almost kept the Trinidad's orgeat... I sipped mine pretty quickly, so I don't think it had time to warm much (heh, oops). I'll look for that extra lemoniness next time.


I made it at my bar and the color got lots of stares from my guests.


bevx commented on 7/08/2014:

When trying a new drink that calls for a full ounce of Peychaud's, I fully approve of you using <em>someone else's.</em> ;)

But lordy, yes... The color! If I hadn't lost interest in <em>True Blood</em> years ago, I might've called it the Bon Temps Sour.