"Angel Face | Crafted Pour"

"Angel Face 1930 - A Luxardo house recipe This Prohibition-era classic is elegant, refined, and packs an unapologetic punch. Mix up an Angel Face for a taste of quintessential Speakeasy style. This elegant cocktail first appeared in Harry Craddock’s 1930 The Savoy Cocktail Book — at the height of Prohibition — and its sumptuous flavors recall hidden parlors and smoke-filled jazz lounges. Inspired by Angel Face, an infamous gangster of the American Prohibition, its name belies a hidden boldness: the first sip is delicious and inviting, balancing sweet apricot with dry gin. But don’t let its smooth, heavenly flavors fool you — the Angel Face blends three full-strength spirits for a roaring. 30s-style punch. Featuring Luxardo London Dry Gin, Luxardo Apricot Albicocca and Calvados in equal parts, the Angel Face is old-fashioned in a way that intrigues modern palates, as it manages to find a beautiful balance without two mainstays of modern mixology, sugar and citrus.", "undefined", "Angel Face",

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Angel Face By , May 8, 2009 Angel Face 1930 - A Luxardo house recipe

This Prohibition-era classic is elegant, refined, and packs an unapologetic punch.

Mix up an Angel Face for a taste of quintessential Speakeasy style. This elegant cocktail first appeared in Harry Craddock’s 1930 The Savoy Cocktail Book — at the height of Prohibition — and its sumptuous flavors recall hidden parlors and smoke-filled jazz lounges. 

Inspired by Angel Face, an infamous gangster of the American Prohibition, its name belies a hidden boldness: the first sip is delicious and inviting, balancing sweet apricot with dry gin. But don’t let its smooth, heavenly flavors fool you — the Angel Face blends three full-strength spirits for a roaring.
30s-style punch.

Featuring Luxardo London Dry Gin, Luxardo Apricot Albicocca and Calvados in equal parts, the Angel Face is old-fashioned in a way that intrigues modern palates, as it manages to find a beautiful balance without two mainstays of modern mixology, sugar and citrus. Angel Face 1930 - A Luxardo house recipe This Prohibition-era classic is elegant, refined, and packs an unapologetic punch. Mix up an Angel Face for a taste of quintessential Speakeasy style. This elegant cocktail first appeared in Harry Craddock’s 1930 The Savoy Cocktail Book — at the height of Prohibition — and its sumptuous flavors recall hidden parlors and smoke-filled jazz lounges. Inspired by Angel Face, an infamous gangster of the American Prohibition, its name belies a hidden boldness: the first sip is delicious and inviting, balancing sweet apricot with dry gin. But don’t let its smooth, heavenly flavors fool you — the Angel Face blends three full-strength spirits for a roaring. 30s-style punch. Featuring Luxardo London Dry Gin, Luxardo Apricot Albicocca and Calvados in equal parts, the Angel Face is old-fashioned in a way that intrigues modern palates, as it manages to find a beautiful balance without two mainstays of modern mixology, sugar and citrus. Ingredients: - Luxardo London Dry Gin - Luxardo Apricot Liqueur Instructions: • Stir all ingredients with wet ice (the extra dilution helps to mellow out the bold flavors — as an alternative, the cocktail may be shaken, but will lose its beautifully clear look). • Strain into a coupe glass, and garnish with a lemon twist. Essentials,Martini,3-ingredients,Spirit Forward