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Bourbon Drinkers Heaven- The Annual

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depends on the ginger base size Hard
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Ingredients (6)

  • 2 oz bourbon
  • 3 oz ginger base
  • soda water, to top
  • dash brown sugar simple syrup
  • lemon wedge, squeezed and dropped in
  • marashino cherry as garnish
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Bourbon Drinkers Heaven- The Annual

this is my favorite drink of all time. i made this recipe off the top of my head for a customer that wanted something with bourbon that he had never had before. the drink itself is so easy, but the prep of the ginger base is quite a process. love it

Instructions

  1. 1ginger base-depending on the size of the batch you wish to have, use more or less ginger.
    peel ginger
    dice ginger
    put ginger, simple syrup to taste and lemon juice to taste(be modest u can add more later)
    blend on high until thin as possible
    strain over mesh using tool to quicken the process
    add simple syrup and lemon to taste
  1. 1mix bourbon, ginger, dash of simple, squeezed lemon, and little bit of ice
  2. 2shake and strain over ice
  3. 3top with soda and garnish with cherry
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