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Contributed by Purely Syrup
Grapefruit adds a welcome citrus note to this New Orleans specialty.
Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass with ice. Stir for approximately eight seconds.
Spray absinthe into a cocktail glass with a spritzer. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with grapefruit peel.
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You guys are incredibly sloppy with your preparation instructions. The ingredient list calls for bitters, but you fail to state what kind. If this were a standard sazerac, they would be Peychaud bitters, but you fail to say that. Isn't it a little unusual that you are stirring a drink that has syrup in it? You state that the drink should be strained into a cocktail glass, yet the picture accompanying the recipe is an old-fashioned glass. You state that the drink should be served neat/up ( not the same thing by the way), yet the picture accompanying the recipe has ice in the drink.