"Hellfire Phoenix | Crafted Pour"

"Okay, okay, I know what you’re thinking, didn’t you see this one already? Like not even a month ago? Yes, sort of. I changed out the base spirit, amaro, and spicy bitters and added a new liqueur, so it’s almost totally different but! I wanted to do this picture justice, and if you’re any sort of photo nerd and weren’t distracted by the pretty sparks, last time you may have noticed how unsharp and dull the photo actually was. Well, I got a new powerful piece of equipment recently, a wonderful off-camera flash and have been learning how to freeze motion at a lower ISO and slower shutter speed to accomplish this: a better quality, still firey tiki cocktail. I wanted to lean even spicier and darker, so the subs accomplish that with a similar proof and sweetness, but a lot more heat from the liqueur and a a bit of an edge from the tincture. Ancho Reyes replaces Campari with more heat and less bitterness while Cruzan’s Single Barrel Rum brings us back to the land of more typical tiki. I switched to the leathery and smokey El Silencio Mezcal to pair with the added heat. This is a totally different drink with a similar structure, and the photo is absolutely 1000x better. I hope you’ll indulge my need to post some growth here but also, just look at it? I think I did a good job", "undefined", "Hellfire Phoenix",

"Ingredients"

Hellfire Phoenix By , Okay, okay, I know what you’re thinking, didn’t you see this one already? Like not even a month ago? Yes, sort of. I changed out the base spirit, amaro, and spicy bitters and added a new liqueur, so it’s almost totally different but! I wanted to do this picture justice, and if you’re any sort of photo nerd and weren’t distracted by the pretty sparks, last time you may have noticed how unsharp and dull the photo actually was. Well, I got a new powerful piece of equipment recently, a wonderful off-camera flash and have been learning how to freeze motion at a lower ISO and slower shutter speed to accomplish this: a better quality, still firey tiki cocktail. I wanted to lean even spicier and darker, so the subs accomplish that with a similar proof and sweetness, but a lot more heat from the liqueur and a a bit of an edge from the tincture. Ancho Reyes replaces Campari with more heat and less bitterness while Cruzan’s Single Barrel Rum brings us back to the land of more typical tiki. I switched to the leathery and smokey El Silencio Mezcal to pair with the added heat. This is a totally different drink with a similar structure, and the photo is absolutely 1000x better. I hope you’ll indulge my need to post some growth here but also, just look at it? I think I did a good job Okay, okay, I know what you’re thinking, didn’t you see this one already? Like not even a month ago? Yes, sort of. I changed out the base spirit, amaro, and spicy bitters and added a new liqueur, so it’s almost totally different but! I wanted to do this picture justice, and if you’re any sort of photo nerd and weren’t distracted by the pretty sparks, last time you may have noticed how unsharp and dull the photo actually was. Well, I got a new powerful piece of equipment recently, a wonderful off-camera flash and have been learning how to freeze motion at a lower ISO and slower shutter speed to accomplish this: a better quality, still firey tiki cocktail. I wanted to lean even spicier and darker, so the subs accomplish that with a similar proof and sweetness, but a lot more heat from the liqueur and a a bit of an edge from the tincture. Ancho Reyes replaces Campari with more heat and less bitterness while Cruzan’s Single Barrel Rum brings us back to the land of more typical tiki. I switched to the leathery and smokey El Silencio Mezcal to pair with the added heat. This is a totally different drink with a similar structure, and the photo is absolutely 1000x better. I hope you’ll indulge my need to post some growth here but also, just look at it? I think I did a good job Ingredients: - Cruzan Single Barrel Rum - El Silencio Mezcal Instructions: Add all ingredients to a shaker tin with cracked ice and shake. Dump into a tiki mug, top with crushed ice. Garnish with pineapple fromds and a flaming lime boat. Dust cinnamon overtop Tropical,Originals,Signatures,Refreshing,Seasonal,Themed,Agave,Aged Rum,Bitters,Boozy,Lime,Lime Juice,Mezcal,Rum,Smoke,Tiki