"Milk River Saz | Crafted Pour"

"I wanted to create this Sazerac to showcase the bottle of Confluence Vinland Aquavit that I recently got. Confluence is a local craft distillery and their Vinland Aquavit has quickly become a staple in my bar. Confluence is defined as: the junction of two rivers And An act or process of merging The Milk River is the only river in Canada that is part of the Gulf of Mexico Watershed. It is a tributary of the Missouri river, which is a tributary of the Mississippi River. Which just so happens to flow through New Orleans, where the Peychaud's Bitters were invented, and into the Gulf of Mexico. I thought that was a fitting description of this cocktail that merges Canadian Aquavit, American Absinthe, Creole Bitters and Mexican Mezcal", "undefined", "Milk River Saz ",

"Ingredients"

Milk River Saz By , May 8, 2009 I wanted to create this Sazerac to showcase the bottle of Confluence Vinland Aquavit that I recently got. Confluence is a local craft distillery and their Vinland Aquavit has quickly become a staple in my bar. 

Confluence is defined as:

 the junction of two rivers 

And

An act or process of merging

The Milk River is the only river in Canada that is part of the Gulf of Mexico Watershed. It is a tributary of the Missouri river, which is a tributary of the Mississippi River. Which just so happens to flow through New Orleans, where the Peychaud's Bitters were invented, and into the Gulf of Mexico. 

I thought that was a fitting description of this cocktail that merges Canadian Aquavit, American Absinthe, Creole Bitters and Mexican Mezcal I wanted to create this Sazerac to showcase the bottle of Confluence Vinland Aquavit that I recently got. Confluence is a local craft distillery and their Vinland Aquavit has quickly become a staple in my bar. Confluence is defined as: the junction of two rivers And An act or process of merging The Milk River is the only river in Canada that is part of the Gulf of Mexico Watershed. It is a tributary of the Missouri river, which is a tributary of the Mississippi River. Which just so happens to flow through New Orleans, where the Peychaud's Bitters were invented, and into the Gulf of Mexico. I thought that was a fitting description of this cocktail that merges Canadian Aquavit, American Absinthe, Creole Bitters and Mexican Mezcal Ingredients: - Confluence Aquavit - Koch Espadin Artisanal Mezcal Instructions: Spray/rinse the inside of the glass with the absinthe. Stir the remaining ingredients with ice and strain into glass over one large ice cube. A couple more sprays of absinthe on top. Express lemon peel over top and throw it in the drink Agave,Boozy,Spirit Forward,Stirred