"The King's Word | Crafted Pour"

"Here's a play on the Last Word cocktail, swapping out the Gin for some spicy Irish Poitin and adding some ginger to up the spice even more. The Ginger Liqueur is a bit on the sweeter side, so I added just a splash of some Maraschino Liqueur to help balance it out. Poitin was outlawed by King Charles II in 1661 after failed attempts to collect taxes on the spirit. It wasn't legalized again until 1997.", "undefined", "The King's Word ",

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The King's Word By , May 8, 2009 Here's a play on the Last Word cocktail, swapping out the Gin for some spicy Irish Poitin and adding some ginger to up the spice even more. The Ginger Liqueur is a bit on the sweeter side, so I added just a splash of some Maraschino Liqueur to help balance it out.

Poitin was outlawed by King Charles II in 1661 after failed attempts to collect taxes on the spirit. It wasn't legalized again until 1997. Here's a play on the Last Word cocktail, swapping out the Gin for some spicy Irish Poitin and adding some ginger to up the spice even more. The Ginger Liqueur is a bit on the sweeter side, so I added just a splash of some Maraschino Liqueur to help balance it out. Poitin was outlawed by King Charles II in 1661 after failed attempts to collect taxes on the spirit. It wasn't legalized again until 1997. Ingredients: - Mad March Hare Irish Poitín - Giffard Ginger Of The Indies Instructions: Shake everything with ice and strain into a chilled coupe glass. Spirit Forward,Classics Riff