"Smokin' Green | Crafted Pour"

"Continuing my expirimentation with my Breville Smoke Gun, I decided to try infusing some Jasmine Smoke into some lovely Teasmith Gin I was gifted for Christmas. For lighter flavored smoke and cocktails, Cocktail Codex recommends smoking just one of the ingredients and/or the glass rather than the whole drink and I think this advice is sound when working with more delicate flavors of gins and fruits. This came out absolutely wonderful, the Kiwi syrup (blend equal weight kiwi and simple and strain) bringing a ton of flavor to mesh with the smokey but botanical gin and the always wonderful Green Chartreuse. Jasmine definitely packs an aromatic punch here and asserts itself as much as it would have in an infusion. I definitely could see myself coming back around to this one in the future because this is just straight-up delicious.", "undefined", "Smokin' Green",

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Smokin' Green By , May 8, 2009 Continuing my expirimentation with my Breville Smoke Gun, I decided to try infusing some Jasmine Smoke into some lovely Teasmith Gin I was gifted for Christmas. For lighter flavored smoke and cocktails, Cocktail Codex recommends smoking just one of the ingredients and/or the glass rather than the whole drink and I think this advice is sound when working with more delicate flavors of gins and fruits. This came out absolutely wonderful, the Kiwi syrup (blend equal weight kiwi and simple and strain) bringing a ton of flavor to mesh with the smokey but botanical gin and the always wonderful Green Chartreuse. Jasmine definitely packs an aromatic punch here and asserts itself as much as it would have in an infusion. I definitely could see myself coming back around to this one in the future because this is just straight-up delicious. Continuing my expirimentation with my Breville Smoke Gun, I decided to try infusing some Jasmine Smoke into some lovely Teasmith Gin I was gifted for Christmas. For lighter flavored smoke and cocktails, Cocktail Codex recommends smoking just one of the ingredients and/or the glass rather than the whole drink and I think this advice is sound when working with more delicate flavors of gins and fruits. This came out absolutely wonderful, the Kiwi syrup (blend equal weight kiwi and simple and strain) bringing a ton of flavor to mesh with the smokey but botanical gin and the always wonderful Green Chartreuse. Jasmine definitely packs an aromatic punch here and asserts itself as much as it would have in an infusion. I definitely could see myself coming back around to this one in the future because this is just straight-up delicious. Ingredients: - Teasmith Gin - Green Chartreuse Instructions: Add gin to a container and infuse with Jasmine Tea smoke. When smoke dissipates, add gin and other ingredients to a shaker tin with ice and shake well. Double strain into smoked coupe glass. Garnish with a kiwi wheel. Originals,Signatures,Refreshing,Chartreuse,Communal,Gin,Green Chartreuse,Light & Refreshing,Lime,Lime Juice,Sours