"Pirates Prescription | Crafted Pour"

"This was a fun riff on a traditional penicillin to bring a little richness and dessert characteristic to the table. Swapping the base spirit for an aged rum sets the drink on a sweet course. Orange juice replaces the lemon juice and jalapeño for the ginger. Things get interesting when we add in coffee liqueur and chocolate bitters. I know what your thinking - coffee, orange juice and spice ?!? YES. This combination evolved into the best chocolate covered orange you’ve ever had. The coffee and chocolate bitters pick up the natural sweetness of the rum and the the jalapeño brings just enough heat to help you forget that ginger wasn’t invited to this party. Orange juice and oil keeps the drink from becoming syrupy and let’s you sail away on a smooth sipper while you enjoy the prescribed rest and relaxation. The doctor will see you now!🥼🩺🏴‍☠️", "undefined", "Pirates Prescription",

"Ingredients"

Pirates Prescription By , May 8, 2009 This was a fun riff on a traditional penicillin to bring a little richness and dessert characteristic to the table. Swapping the base spirit for an aged rum sets the drink on a sweet course. Orange juice replaces the lemon juice and jalapeño for the ginger. Things get interesting when we add in coffee liqueur and chocolate bitters. I know what your thinking - coffee, orange juice and spice ?!? YES. This combination evolved into the best chocolate covered orange you’ve ever had. The coffee and chocolate bitters pick up the natural sweetness of the rum and the the jalapeño brings just enough heat to help you forget that ginger wasn’t invited to this party. Orange juice and oil keeps the drink from becoming syrupy and let’s you sail away on a smooth sipper while you enjoy the prescribed rest and relaxation. The doctor will see you now!🥼🩺🏴‍☠️ This was a fun riff on a traditional penicillin to bring a little richness and dessert characteristic to the table. Swapping the base spirit for an aged rum sets the drink on a sweet course. Orange juice replaces the lemon juice and jalapeño for the ginger. Things get interesting when we add in coffee liqueur and chocolate bitters. I know what your thinking - coffee, orange juice and spice ?!? YES. This combination evolved into the best chocolate covered orange you’ve ever had. The coffee and chocolate bitters pick up the natural sweetness of the rum and the the jalapeño brings just enough heat to help you forget that ginger wasn’t invited to this party. Orange juice and oil keeps the drink from becoming syrupy and let’s you sail away on a smooth sipper while you enjoy the prescribed rest and relaxation. The doctor will see you now!🥼🩺🏴‍☠️ Ingredients: - Appleton Estate 12 Yr - Orange Juice Instructions: Add the jalapeño coins to a tin with the orange juice. Crush but don’t pulverize. Add your remaining ingredients, except the Irish whiskey. Fill the tin with ice and shake for 10-15 seconds to chill and dilute. Next add a large block of ice to a rocks glass. Double strain your cocktail over the ice. Then pour the Irish Whiskey over a bar spoon to float on top. Express an orange peel over the top and use to garnish. Cheers! Originals,Rum,Whiskey,Espresso