"Stormin' Gorman | Crafted Pour"

"Hello friends! Once again, we are honoring a long-closed restaurant; this time, Strings Restaurant from Denver, CO, which closed in 2012 after 27 years in business. Tonight's drink is my version of an early signature drink called the "Stormin' Gorman". It calls for Mandarine Napoléon Liquer, vodka, and Cointreau, but I used Mandarin Orange flavored vodka from Rock Town Distillery, one of my favorite distilleries to visit when I am in Little Rock. Substituting this vodka for the Mandarine Napoléon and regular vodka, I also substituted Grand Marnier for Cointreau since there is limited room in my cabinets and my wife doesn't like me buying alcohol unnecessarily. The resulting drink is a lovely citrusy sour that is light in flavor and very smooth going down! This was a great drink to continue my week with, and I would definitely make a version of this again! Cheers!", "undefined", "Stormin' Gorman",

"Ingredients"

Stormin' Gorman By , May 8, 2009 Hello friends! Once again, we are honoring a long-closed restaurant; this time, Strings Restaurant from Denver, CO, which closed in 2012 after 27 years in business. Tonight's drink is my version of an early signature drink called the Hello friends! Once again, we are honoring a long-closed restaurant; this time, Strings Restaurant from Denver, CO, which closed in 2012 after 27 years in business. Tonight's drink is my version of an early signature drink called the "Stormin' Gorman". It calls for Mandarine Napoléon Liquer, vodka, and Cointreau, but I used Mandarin Orange flavored vodka from Rock Town Distillery, one of my favorite distilleries to visit when I am in Little Rock. Substituting this vodka for the Mandarine Napoléon and regular vodka, I also substituted Grand Marnier for Cointreau since there is limited room in my cabinets and my wife doesn't like me buying alcohol unnecessarily. The resulting drink is a lovely citrusy sour that is light in flavor and very smooth going down! This was a great drink to continue my week with, and I would definitely make a version of this again! Cheers! Ingredients: - Mandarin Orange Vodka - Lemon Juice Instructions: 1. Fill mixing glass with ice. 2. Add vodka, lemon juice, and Grand Marnier. 3. Shake. 4. Strain into a chilled martini glass. (Courtesy of Christine Gorman at Strings, Denver, Colorado) Refreshing,1990s