"Marrakesh Express | Crafted Pour"

"I was reading through a classic cocktail recipe book and came across a flip. I love anything egg related and really wanted to recreate a version of this adventurous and rich cocktail. After a particularly busy night at work, falling asleep can be hard, so I decided to listen to a sleep story called something like, Moroccan Nights. Needless to say, I fell asleep dreaming about delicious figs and savory spices. Side note, this also prompted the idea for the name Marrakesh Express, which is also a great song by Crosby, Stills and Nash. The Torres brandy and orange liqueur were a match made in heaven and worked along nicely with slight fruit forwardness of the fig syrup. To top it all off with a tart and effervescent Prosecco hits the spot and the nutmeg ties it all together. I found myself making believers of drinking a whole, raw egg because this drink is so damn good. And has a lot of protein to boot. *Skin figs and blend, add equal parts sugar and water, strain.", "After a particularly busy night at work, falling asleep can be hard, so I decided to listen to a sleep story called something like, Moroccan Nights. Needless to say, I fell asleep dreaming about delicious figs and savory spices. ", "Marrakesh Express",

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Marrakesh Express By , May 8, 2009 I was reading through a classic cocktail recipe book and came across a flip. I love anything egg related and really wanted to recreate a version of this adventurous and rich cocktail. After a particularly busy night at work, falling asleep can be hard, so I decided to listen to a sleep story called something like, Moroccan Nights. Needless to say, I fell asleep dreaming about delicious figs and savory spices. Side note, this also prompted the idea for the name Marrakesh Express, which is also a great song by Crosby, Stills and Nash. The Torres brandy and orange liqueur were a match made in heaven and worked along nicely with slight fruit forwardness of the fig syrup. To top it all off with a tart and effervescent Prosecco hits the spot and the nutmeg ties it all together. I found myself making believers of drinking a whole, raw egg because this drink is so damn good. And has a lot of protein to boot.

*Skin figs and blend, add equal parts sugar and water, strain. I was reading through a classic cocktail recipe book and came across a flip. I love anything egg related and really wanted to recreate a version of this adventurous and rich cocktail. After a particularly busy night at work, falling asleep can be hard, so I decided to listen to a sleep story called something like, Moroccan Nights. Needless to say, I fell asleep dreaming about delicious figs and savory spices. Side note, this also prompted the idea for the name Marrakesh Express, which is also a great song by Crosby, Stills and Nash. The Torres brandy and orange liqueur were a match made in heaven and worked along nicely with slight fruit forwardness of the fig syrup. To top it all off with a tart and effervescent Prosecco hits the spot and the nutmeg ties it all together. I found myself making believers of drinking a whole, raw egg because this drink is so damn good. And has a lot of protein to boot. *Skin figs and blend, add equal parts sugar and water, strain. Ingredients: - Torres Brandy - Torres Magdala Orange Liqueur Instructions: Dry shake, wet shake, double strain, serve up. Top with Prosecco and fresh grated nutmeg. Orange Curacao,Fig,Prosecco,Nutmeg,Lemon Juice,Brandy,Sours,Refreshing,Signatures,All Recipes