Pusherman

2 oz Blanco tequila, Lunazul Blanco
12 oz Green Chartreuse
34 oz Pineapple juice
34 oz Lemon juice
12 oz Demerara syrup
1 oz Egg white
1 oz Club soda (to top)
9 dr Bitters, Fee Brothers Old Fashion
Instructions
Shake ingredients through egg white dry, then with ice. Serve on the rocks in a Collins glass. Top with soda, garnish with bitters.
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2 Comments

mako's picture

There are no units on the

There are no units on the club soda or instructions on how to use it. I could find several references to the cocktail and ingredients on the web but not units or instructions. Given the Collins class, I assumed it was "top it off" which is what I did. It's a big cocktail to begin with so this eneded up being somwhere in the 1-1.5 oz range, I'd guess. I loved the drink but I'd also love love clarification as to the creators intent in this regard.

Zachary Pearson's picture

From personal experience,

From personal experience, shaking club soda is a bad idea... I'm going to eyeball the amount as an ounce and update the instructions. Thanks, Zachary