2 oz Pumpkin Seasonal Spirit, Great Lakes Distillery (*brown butter washed)
1⁄4 oz Brown Sugar Simple syrup
2 ds Trifecta Bitters, ESS (**)
Instructions

Stir, Strain over chunk. Express over

Notes

*Brown Butter Washed Pumpkin Spirit: 1/4 pound of butter browned. Gently pour into vessel with pumpkin spirit and whisk until the butter comes to room temperature. Place vessel in freezer until butter solidifies. Pour spirit through cheese cloth and re bottle.

** Trifecta Bitters: 2 parts Bittercube Cherry Bark Vanilla Bitters, 1 part Bittercube Barrel Aged Blood Orange Bitters, 1 part Bittercube Blackstrap Bitters.

History

Another incredible creation from the guys at Bittercube. Available this fall at MPLS' Eat Street Social

Cocktail summary
Picture of Witch Hazel
2011 Kindred Cocktails
Created by
Nick Kosevich and Ira Koplowitz of Bittercube
Year
2013
Is an
authentic recipe
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Average
5 stars
(2 ratings)
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  • buttery, christmas, bitter
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Comments

I'm a fan of that pumpkin spirit. Very malty and lightly spicy, like a baking spice version of a genever.