Thursday, January 19, 2012

Absinthe Recipes

Absinthe recipeWhen the customer doesn't specify any particular style of service, use this vintage Absinthe recipe:

Pour one pony of Absinthe into large Bar glass and let ice cold water drip from the Absinthe glass into Bar glass until full. The Absinthe glass has a hole in the center. By filling the bowl of the Absinthe glass partly with Shaved Ice, and the rest with water, the water will be ice cold as it drops from the Absinthe glass.

Otherwise, here are some specific Absinthe recipes to use:


Mixing glass 3/4 full Shaved Ice.
4 dashes Gum Syrup.
1 pony Absinthe.

Shake until outside of shaker is well frosted; strain into large Champagne glass and serve.


Mixing glass 3/4 full Shaved Ice.
1/2 jigger Water.
1/2 jigger Absinthe.
2 dashes Angostura Bitters.
1 teaspoonful Benedictine.

Stir; strain into Cocktail glass and serve.


Fill medium Bar glass full of Shaved Ice.
1 teaspoonful Benedictine.
1 pony Absinthe.

Shake until outside of Shaker has frosty appearance; strain into six-ounce Shell glass and serve.


Pour 1 pony of Absinthe into a Champagne glass which is standing in a bowl. Fill the bowl of your Absinthe glass with Shaved Ice and water. Raise the bowl and let the Ice Water drip into the Absinthe until the proper color is obtained. Serve in thin Bar glass.


1 pony of Absinthe in a large Bar glass.
3 pieces Cracked Ice.
3 dashes Maraschino.
1/2 pony Anisette.

Pour Ice Water in glass, at same time stirring gently with Bar Spoon. Serve.

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