"Rabbit's Foot | Crafted Pour"

"Riff on the Monkey's Fist from Death and Co The original cocktail uses two ingredients I refuse to buy because of the price point. Monkey 47 was an easy favorite of mine for a long time but after increasing from $52 to $72 for a bottle I swore the stuff off: there’s too many other good gins out there for half the price. This carrot eau de vie is just a sample I was gifted and, again, incredibly expensive for a half bottle but I may be a convert now because of how incredibly it comes through even in such a small dose! This drink is served with crushed ice in a tulip glass which is odd but honestly I liked how it evolved over time. There’s tons of tropical flavor and even with a cheaper gin option it holds up incredibly well to the spec. Coconut and passionfruit pair with a little vegetal sweetness and bursting with gin botanicals, I can definitely get down with this budget friendly riff! Cheers!", "undefined", "Rabbit's Foot",

"Ingredients"

Rabbit's Foot By , May 8, 2009 Riff on the Monkey's Fist from Death and Co

The original cocktail uses two ingredients I refuse to buy because of the price point. Monkey 47 was an easy favorite of mine for a long time but after increasing from $52 to $72 for a bottle I swore the stuff off: there’s too many other good gins out there for half the price. This carrot eau de vie is just a sample I was gifted and, again, incredibly expensive for a half bottle but I may be a convert now because of how incredibly it comes through even in such a small dose! This drink is served with crushed ice in a tulip glass which is odd but honestly I liked how it evolved over time. There’s tons of tropical flavor and even with a cheaper gin option it holds up incredibly well to the spec. Coconut and passionfruit pair with a little vegetal sweetness and bursting with gin botanicals, I can definitely get down with this budget friendly riff! Cheers! Riff on the Monkey's Fist from Death and Co The original cocktail uses two ingredients I refuse to buy because of the price point. Monkey 47 was an easy favorite of mine for a long time but after increasing from $52 to $72 for a bottle I swore the stuff off: there’s too many other good gins out there for half the price. This carrot eau de vie is just a sample I was gifted and, again, incredibly expensive for a half bottle but I may be a convert now because of how incredibly it comes through even in such a small dose! This drink is served with crushed ice in a tulip glass which is odd but honestly I liked how it evolved over time. There’s tons of tropical flavor and even with a cheaper gin option it holds up incredibly well to the spec. Coconut and passionfruit pair with a little vegetal sweetness and bursting with gin botanicals, I can definitely get down with this budget friendly riff! Cheers! Ingredients: - Harahorn Gin - Reisetbauer Carrot Eau de Vie Instructions: Add all ingredients to a shaker tin with one piece of ice and whip shake. Dump into a tulip glass filled with crushed ice. No Garnish Communal,Refreshing,Tropical