"Tea in Toronto | Crafted Pour"

"Sometimes all you can do after a trying weekend is mix yourself something strong. The original Toronto fits that bill for me tonight. But I also wanted to soften the fernet punch a tad, adding a earl grey syrup in place of the usual simple and adding a mint spring instead of a lemon peel to play nice with fernet’s minty kick.", "undefined", "Tea in Toronto",

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Tea in Toronto By , May 8, 2009 Sometimes all you can do after a trying weekend is mix yourself something strong. The original Toronto fits that bill for me tonight. But I also wanted to soften the fernet punch a tad, adding a earl grey syrup in place of the usual simple and adding a mint spring instead of a lemon peel to play nice with fernet’s minty kick. Sometimes all you can do after a trying weekend is mix yourself something strong. The original Toronto fits that bill for me tonight. But I also wanted to soften the fernet punch a tad, adding a earl grey syrup in place of the usual simple and adding a mint spring instead of a lemon peel to play nice with fernet’s minty kick. Ingredients: - Rittenhouse Rye Bottled-In-Bond - Fernet Branca Instructions: To make the syrup, bring a 1:1 ratio of sugar and water to a simmer, stirring to dissolve all the sugar, bring to a boil, then add a few scoops of loose leaf Earl grey tea or a few tea bags. Take your syrup off the heat and leave it, covered, to infuse for 2 hours. Then either strain out the loose tea or remove the bags. Pour it into a bottle or jar and chill it in the fridge until ready to use. To make this drink, stir all ingredients with ice, strain into a chilled coupe and garnish with a sprig of mint. Spirit Forward,Spirit Forward,Fernet Branca,Bold and Boozy