"Siren Song of Suffering | Crafted Pour"

"My partner has just gotten through a long, hard week at a dance competition for work. After clocking her fifth and final 14 hour day last night, she requested something “refreshing with gin.” Given her state of suffering, a riff on Joe Scialom’s Suffering Bastard seemed in order. The gin I wanted to use is only 30% ABV, so the split-base action with the apple brandy was perfect for getting the booziness up to a standard level. Rounded out with more honey and a flavourful kick of Herbstura, this tasty mule is just what the witch doctor ordered. Also, somebody gave her a charcuterie box from a local place, and I love the little honey dipper—perfect for a fun garnish on a honeyed bevvy! Recommended Brands: •Dillon’s Small Batch x Maison Selby Pineapple-Honey Gin •Ironworks Distillery Apple Brandy •Fever Tree Premium Ginger Beer", "undefined", "Siren Song of Suffering",

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Siren Song of Suffering By , May 8, 2009 My partner has just gotten through a long, hard week at a dance competition for work. After clocking her fifth and final 14 hour day last night, she requested something “refreshing with gin.”

Given her state of suffering, a riff on Joe Scialom’s Suffering Bastard seemed in order. The gin I wanted to use is only 30% ABV, so the split-base action with the apple brandy was perfect for getting the booziness up to a standard level.

Rounded out with more honey and a flavourful kick of Herbstura, this tasty mule is just what the witch doctor ordered.

Also, somebody gave her a charcuterie box from a local place, and I love the little honey dipper—perfect for a fun garnish on a honeyed bevvy!

Recommended Brands:
•Dillon’s Small Batch x Maison Selby Pineapple-Honey Gin
•Ironworks Distillery Apple Brandy
•Fever Tree Premium Ginger Beer My partner has just gotten through a long, hard week at a dance competition for work. After clocking her fifth and final 14 hour day last night, she requested something “refreshing with gin.” Given her state of suffering, a riff on Joe Scialom’s Suffering Bastard seemed in order. The gin I wanted to use is only 30% ABV, so the split-base action with the apple brandy was perfect for getting the booziness up to a standard level. Rounded out with more honey and a flavourful kick of Herbstura, this tasty mule is just what the witch doctor ordered. Also, somebody gave her a charcuterie box from a local place, and I love the little honey dipper—perfect for a fun garnish on a honeyed bevvy! Recommended Brands: •Dillon’s Small Batch x Maison Selby Pineapple-Honey Gin •Ironworks Distillery Apple Brandy •Fever Tree Premium Ginger Beer Ingredients: - Pineapple-Honey Gin - Apple Brandy Instructions: Combine all ingredients (except ginger beer) in a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake well. Strain into a tall glass or (ideally Suffering Bastard) tiki mug. Fill with cracked or cubed ice, and top with ginger beer. Garnish with a lime slice, mint sprig and swizzle stick (or honey dipper). Refreshing,Tropical,Themed,Essentials,Originals,Mule,Tiki,Fizzy,Spring