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Kryptonite is a nice switch from the popular Vodka Redbull drink. This drink is fast and easy to make, tastes better than Vodka Redbull and gives the added "kick" of absinthe. Offer this to your customers who ask for a Vodka Redbull and you will find them coming back for this over and over. Not only is it a fast and popular drink but it's also one of the most profitable drinks you can pour. Build in a highball glass. Fill glass with ice and add: 1/2 ounce Citron Apple Pucker 1 ounce Kübler absinthe Fill to top with Redbull
31 Jul 2010
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Seestern Massagepraxis GmbH: Hauptstrasse 68, 8280 Kreuzlingen, SCHWEIZ Tel: +41 71 6889905 Email: skueblerseestern Individuell abgestimmte Massagen und Schröpfungstechniken zielen auf die Verbesserung des persönlichen Wohlbefindens sowie auf die Förderung der Selbstheilungskraft der Patientin oder des Patienten ab.
10 May 2009
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*******Absintheology**** The Mojito was invented in Cuba in the middle of the 17th century. Traditionally made with rum, lime, sugar, mint, and soda water. This is a substitute recipe, which means we are listing a common Mojito recipe but feel free to simply substitute Le Tourment Vert absinthe for rum in your own favorite Mojito recipe. You can try mixing in Kübler, La Fee, or perhaps even Obsello or another brand but for this we believe that Le Tourment Vert gives the best results as the anise in most brands tends not to mix well with the mint and lime. 1 Shot Le Tourment Vert absinthe Juice from 1/2 a lime 1 tablespoon sugar (or half an ounce of bar syrup) Several sprigs of mint. Club soda 7UP Lightly muddle the mint in your mixing tin add lime juice 1 Shot Le Tourment Vert Absinthe add Sugar Shake well then strain over ice into a highball glass. Get a bit of the muddled mint in the mix for presentation Top with soda and 7UP Garnish with lime
12 May 2009
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*******Absintheology**** The Sazerac is the first cocktail ever invented. A cocktail is a drink with more than one liquor in it. A blend of alcohols which come together to create something new and interesting. The Sazerac is a drink that must be practiced, tested, tasted, and practiced again. Like a good martini, the Sazerac is not something that you can just make from a recipe. The flavors are subtle and balance on a knife's edge. What is great for one person is too bitter for another. A perfect blend of flavors for me may be too intense for you. There are a lot of recipes for the Sazerac, just as there are a lot of recipes for the Martini. Here is the recipe that mixologist, Jared Williams used for this video. It happens to be our favorite Sazerac, but you may prefer yours a bit different. We should point out that in this video Jared burns the sugar cube on the Sazerac. A lot of purists don't like to do this. Here at Absintheology we are not going to say it is right or wrong. We merely provide the information and suggest that you use common sense and good judgment in all things especially fire and alcohol. 1 shot Rye Whiskey (Jared uses Jim Beam) 1/4 shot Kübler Absinthe 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 sugar cube 2 dashes Peychaud's Bitters. 1/2 ounce water To make the Sazerac: Build in a glass: 1 shot rye whiskey (Jared uses Jim Beam) Absinthe spoon on the glass - sugar on the absinthe spoon Pour absinthe over the sugar Squeeze in juice from a quarter lemon (or add a tablespoon of lemon juice. Pour water over sugar cube to then stir in with the absinthe spoon. Pour into a shaker tin with ice. Strain into glass and top with soda water.
13 May 2009
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*******absintheology**** Mixologist Jared Williams pours the Poor Man's Cocaine as a layered shot then the Flat Liner cocktail. Both of these drinks share the same basic ingredients. In fact, the Poor Man's Cocaine is essentially a shot version of the Flat Liner. These are both delicious coffee based cocktails with a serious kick. They are truly a treat for the senses. Not only do they taste nice and look great, but the aroma is wonderful and the texture is interesting as well. The Poor Man's Cocaine is a shot and is meant to be drunk as one. That is consumed in a single gulp. The Absinthe Flat Liner is like a time bomb in your mouth with a surprise flavor explosion after about twenty seconds. Poor Man's Cocaine - Shot We used Kübler in this video but you can use most Swiss, Bohemian, or American cocktail style brands for this (you can experiment with the French brands but the bitter flavor might be too much) 1/2 shot absinthe 1/2 shot coffee liquor Float of Baileys Irish Cream 1 pinch of coffee grounds Build cocktail in mixing tin with ice. 1/2 shot absinthe 1/2 shot coffee liquor (Kahlua) Shake and strain into shot glass Float Baileys on top. Drop a pinch of coffee grounds on top for texture and flavor. Flat Liner - Cocktail Jared used Le Tourment Vert Absinthe in this video. Tourment is a brand that was made specifically for cocktail recipes and does not separate when shaken. 1 shot Le Tourment Vert absinthe 1 teaspoon powdered sugar (or one quarter ounce bar syrup) 2 shots espresso 1/2 shot coffee liquor 1/2 shot Baileys Irish Cream Float cream Build cocktail in mixing tin with ice. 1 shot absinthe 1 teaspoon powdered sugar (or one quarter ounce bar syrup) 2 shots espresso 1/2 shot coffee liquor (Kahlua) 1/2 shot Baileys Irish Cream Shake vigorously strain into glass over ice. Float cream
13 May 2009
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