"Chai Boulevard | Crafted Pour"

"The boulevardier is a cousin of the negroni, but swaps the gin for whisky. Adding chai spices to the boulevardier makes a nice sipping drink that is perfect for fall. The chai flavour can be added by steeping two chai tea in the whisky overnight, but I prefer using chai bitters. Freezing a couple of star anise into the ice cubes makes a nice garnish, and I love the way they caught the light in this golden hour photo. ", "undefined", "Chai Boulevard ",

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Chai Boulevard By , May 8, 2009 The boulevardier is a cousin of the negroni, but swaps the gin for whisky. Adding chai spices to the boulevardier makes a nice sipping drink that is perfect for fall. The chai flavour can be added by steeping two chai tea in the whisky overnight, but I prefer using chai bitters. Freezing a couple of star anise into the ice cubes makes a nice garnish, and I love the way they caught the light in this golden hour photo. The boulevardier is a cousin of the negroni, but swaps the gin for whisky. Adding chai spices to the boulevardier makes a nice sipping drink that is perfect for fall. The chai flavour can be added by steeping two chai tea in the whisky overnight, but I prefer using chai bitters. Freezing a couple of star anise into the ice cubes makes a nice garnish, and I love the way they caught the light in this golden hour photo. Ingredients: - Bourbon - Martini And Rossi Rosso Sweet Vermouth Instructions: Stir ingredients in a mixing glass with ice and strain into a rocks glass over ice. Garnish with orange twist and dried star anise. Seasonal,fall,autumn,bourbon ,Campari ,chai,bitter,boulevardier,Spirit Forward