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Contributed by Damian Windsor
After a couple of these spiced bourbon cocktails you’ll be hopping.
Add the syrup and ginger to a mixing glass.
Twist the lemon peel over the glass to extract the oils.
Drop the peel into the glass and muddle.
Add the remaining ingredients and fill with ice.
Stir, and strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice.
*Star Anise And Black Tea Infused Simple SyrupINGREDIENTS:
PREPARATION: Add the tea bag to the simple syrup and let infuse for 12 minutes. Discard the tea bag and add the star anise. Let stand for 24 hours and strain.
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Love the idea of this drink but being a bar in a smaller town we have a very hard time being able to get creme yvette from our distributors and obviously if the liquor store has it (every once in a blue moon) it is fairly spendy so i doubt itll end up on our list but I encourage everyone to make one at home like I did