A cocktail for the Polar Vortex, Faith and Music

Faith And Music

Fath & Music Cocktail

“Music, once admitted to the soul, becomes a sort of spirit, and never dies.”  – Edward George Bulwer-Lytton

3 parts Remy Martin VSOP
1 part Braulio Bormio Alpino Amaro
1 part Cointreau Orange Curacao
1 brandied cherry

Combine ingredients in stirring vessel. Add ice, stir until well chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with a brandied cherry.

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This spirit forward cocktail brings the distinct notes of each spirit while working together in balance. Rich, creamy notes from the cognac and the Cointreau. The Remy also gives its characteristic violet, apricot and chocolate spice. The Braulio is minty and pleasantly bitter, which compliments the other flavors nicely.

This is a drink for the Polar Vortex. According to Wikipedia;

A polar vortex (also known as a polar cyclone, polar low, or a circumpolar whirl[1] ) is a persistent, large-scale cyclone located near either of a planet’sgeographical poles. On Earth, the polar vortices are located in the middle and upper troposphere and the stratosphere. They surround the polar highs and lie in the wake of the polar front. These cold-core low-pressure areas strengthen in the winter and weaken in the summer due to their reliance upon the temperature differential between the equator and the poles.[2] They usually span less than 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) in which the air is circulating in a counter-clockwise fashion (in the northern hemisphere). As with other cyclones, their rotation is caused by the Coriolis effect.

Pour yourself one tonight, put on your favorite album and stay warm indoors.
Faith & Music Cocktail

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