"Sazerac (Original) | Crafted Pour"

"The famed Sazerac is perhaps the most noteworthy of New Orleans original cocktails. While the one we are mostly accustomed to is made with Rye, many believe that the original Sazerac used cognac as its base spirit. As with so much of cocktail history, no one knows for sure. And while that may not satisfy your inner history buff, you can satisfy your thirst for a bracing but delicious drink by making one of these!", "Sazerac (Original)", "Sazerac (Original)",

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Sazerac (Original) By , May 8, 2009 The famed Sazerac is perhaps the most noteworthy of New Orleans original cocktails. While the one we are mostly accustomed to is made with Rye, many believe that the original Sazerac used cognac as its base spirit. As with so much of cocktail history, no one knows for sure. And while that may not satisfy your inner history buff, you can satisfy your thirst for a bracing but delicious drink by making one of these! The famed Sazerac is perhaps the most noteworthy of New Orleans original cocktails. While the one we are mostly accustomed to is made with Rye, many believe that the original Sazerac used cognac as its base spirit. As with so much of cocktail history, no one knows for sure. And while that may not satisfy your inner history buff, you can satisfy your thirst for a bracing but delicious drink by making one of these! Ingredients: - Cognac - Simple Syrup (recipe) Instructions: Stir/Strain into Absinthe rinsed Old Fashioned glass. No Ice. Garnish with Lemon Twist. Crafted Pour 100,New Orleans,Slings,All Recipes