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Rose City Flip

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Rose City Flip

CRAFTED BY JORDAN HUGHES, COCKTAIL MAKER AND VISUAL STORYTELLER BEHIND @HIGHPROOFPREACHER, NAMED BEST DRINKS INSTAGRAM 2019 BY SAVEUR MAGAZINE.

Flips are an old-school drink category that are traditionally comprised of spirit, sugar and a whole egg (for that frothy texture). Just one ounce of 1792 Full-Proof bourbon gives this rich and decadent cocktail a solid punch, while still being balanced and approachable.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 oz. 1792 Full Proof Bourbon
  • ½ oz. amontillado sherry
  • ¾ oz. whole milk
  • ½ oz. creme de cacao
  • ½ oz. cinnamon syrup
  • Whole Egg
  • Grated nutmeg and cinnamon for garnish

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Combine everything except the egg in a cocktail shaker, and shake with ice.
  2. Strain out the ice, then add a whole egg to your shaker and shake vigorously (known as a “reverse dry shake” to help produce a more even texture from the egg).
  3. Pour into a chilled glass. After a few seconds a thin layer of foam will settle on the top of the cocktail, then top with freshly grated nutmeg and cinnamon.

DRINK WITH STYLE

Holiday Gala

Nothing says “party” like a tux with a little sparkle.

Drink with Style tips provided by the Tom James Company.

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Rose City Flip

Rose City Flip

CRAFTED BY JORDAN HUGHES, COCKTAIL MAKER AND VISUAL STORYTELLER BEHIND @HIGHPROOFPREACHER, NAMED BEST DRINKS INSTAGRAM 2019 BY SAVEUR MAGAZINE.

Flips are an old-school drink category that are traditionally comprised of spirit, sugar and a whole egg (for that frothy texture). Just one ounce of 1792 Full-Proof bourbon gives this rich and decadent cocktail a solid punch, while still being balanced and approachable.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 oz. 1792 Full Proof Bourbon
  • ½ oz. amontillado sherry
  • ¾ oz. whole milk
  • ½ oz. creme de cacao
  • ½ oz. cinnamon syrup
  • Whole Egg
  • Grated nutmeg and cinnamon for garnish

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Combine everything except the egg in a cocktail shaker, and shake with ice.
  2. Strain out the ice, then add a whole egg to your shaker and shake vigorously (known as a “reverse dry shake” to help produce a more even texture from the egg).
  3. Pour into a chilled glass. After a few seconds a thin layer of foam will settle on the top of the cocktail, then top with freshly grated nutmeg and cinnamon.

DRINK WITH STYLE

Holiday Gala

Nothing says “party” like a tux with a little sparkle.

Drink with Style tips provided by the Tom James Company.

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