the Harry Porter cocktail

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rencontres amiens somme 1.5 oz WhistlePig 100/100 Vermont Straight Rye Whiskey 2 tsp Wood's Cider Mill Boiled Cider 2 dashes bitters 1 oz Bucket Park Loop Porter Cocktail time again at the Kitchen Drudge’s kitchen! I know, I know, when is it NOT cocktail time in the Kitchen Drudge kitchen. I like to think of this cocktail as a New England hat trick *. We have combined 3 New England products to make this stunning and delicious beer cocktail.

site de rencontre femme qui cherche homme The WhistlePig 100/100 Straight Rye Whiskey and the Wood’s Cider Mill Boiled Cider are from Vermont and of course the Park Loop Porter from right here in Rhode Island.

site de rencontre union harmonieuse Here’s how to make it. Combine the first 3 ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake and strain into an up glass. Shake the porter to make a foam. We used a small mason jelly jar with a tight lid, but be careful when you open it because there will be pressure in the jar.

here Float the Porter foam on the top of the cocktail and add an apple twist as a garnish.

buy zaditor eye drops uk I haven’t tried it. Yet. But I imagine you can shake ingredients for multiple drinks at one time and then add the Porter foam as you serve.

After several rounds, we christened this cocktail the “Harry Porter”. You be the judge!

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2 thoughts on “the Harry Porter cocktail

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  2. Donna spadafora

    I can say first hand that this cocktail was delicious. It tasted like fall in New England! You can substitute bourbon a nd its still amazing.


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