"Butterflies in Flight | Crafted Pour"

"A blue absinthe??? The beautiful color of Absinthia’s Bleue absinthe comes from butterfly pea flowers. It’s a large climbing plant with the most beautiful blue flowers. I’m actually trying to grow some this year 😍! The absinthe has a lovely flavor, not very strong on the anise notes, although it is present and recognizable. This cocktail is a riff on a Death & Co. cocktail, I added an egg white, swapped out a green chile vodka for the Ancho Reyes, and adjusted the ratios a bit. It’s quite delicious! Cheers y’all!! ", "undefined", "Butterflies in Flight",

"Ingredients"

Butterflies in Flight By , May 8, 2009 A blue absinthe??? The beautiful color of Absinthia’s Bleue absinthe comes from butterfly pea flowers. It’s a large climbing plant with the most beautiful blue flowers. I’m actually trying to grow some this year 😍! The absinthe has a lovely flavor, not very strong on the anise notes, although it is present and recognizable. This cocktail is a riff on a Death & Co. cocktail, I added an egg white, swapped out a green chile vodka for the Ancho Reyes, and adjusted the ratios a bit. It’s quite delicious! Cheers y’all!! A blue absinthe??? The beautiful color of Absinthia’s Bleue absinthe comes from butterfly pea flowers. It’s a large climbing plant with the most beautiful blue flowers. I’m actually trying to grow some this year 😍! The absinthe has a lovely flavor, not very strong on the anise notes, although it is present and recognizable. This cocktail is a riff on a Death & Co. cocktail, I added an egg white, swapped out a green chile vodka for the Ancho Reyes, and adjusted the ratios a bit. It’s quite delicious! Cheers y’all!! Ingredients: - Plymouth Gin - Lime Juice Instructions: Dry shake, add ice and shake to chill. Double strain into a coupe glass and garnish. Spirit Forward,Refreshing,Originals,Herbal,Vegetal,Spicy