"Pension Plan | Crafted Pour"

"I’ve been going so hard on the Suze since I got it with zero regrets and this was a cocktail I made on the fly for my brother and I a couple weeks ago. I liked it so much I decided to make it again for a post, but even though it was delicious, I felt it needed something. I grabbed my trusty Flavor Bible to see what might pair nicely with pineapple and grabbed the cilantro from my fridge as soon as I read it! Pension sounds like pineapple and gentian so thats my big brain naming idea, but overall this was a dope drink. The cinnamon alone gave the first version too much of an autumnal vibe but cilantro brings us right back to summer, with the gin and gentian adding citrusy bitterness and paired with pineapple and tiki bitters turns this into something wonderful. I’m sure theres a drink set up just like this but I don’t know it but I do know that I could count on this one from now until retirement. Cheers!", "undefined", "Pension Plan",

"Ingredients"

Pension Plan By , I’ve been going so hard on the Suze since I got it with zero regrets and this was a cocktail I made on the fly for my brother and I a couple weeks ago. I liked it so much I decided to make it again for a post, but even though it was delicious, I felt it needed something. I grabbed my trusty Flavor Bible to see what might pair nicely with pineapple and grabbed the cilantro from my fridge as soon as I read it! Pension sounds like pineapple and gentian so thats my big brain naming idea, but overall this was a dope drink. The cinnamon alone gave the first version too much of an autumnal vibe but cilantro brings us right back to summer, with the gin and gentian adding citrusy bitterness and paired with pineapple and tiki bitters turns this into something wonderful. I’m sure theres a drink set up just like this but I don’t know it but I do know that I could count on this one from now until retirement. Cheers! I’ve been going so hard on the Suze since I got it with zero regrets and this was a cocktail I made on the fly for my brother and I a couple weeks ago. I liked it so much I decided to make it again for a post, but even though it was delicious, I felt it needed something. I grabbed my trusty Flavor Bible to see what might pair nicely with pineapple and grabbed the cilantro from my fridge as soon as I read it! Pension sounds like pineapple and gentian so thats my big brain naming idea, but overall this was a dope drink. The cinnamon alone gave the first version too much of an autumnal vibe but cilantro brings us right back to summer, with the gin and gentian adding citrusy bitterness and paired with pineapple and tiki bitters turns this into something wonderful. I’m sure theres a drink set up just like this but I don’t know it but I do know that I could count on this one from now until retirement. Cheers! Ingredients: - Tanqueray TEN - Suze Instructions: Muddled Cilantro in a shaker tin. Add all ingredients to a shaker tin with ice and shake well. Double strain into a rocks glass over a large clear cube. Garnish with cilantro leaf Signatures,Originals,Tropical,Refreshing