Sidecar

Sidecar

28th Sep 2018

Traditionally made to be on the slightly sour side of balanced, the sidecar is a stunning cocktail. As drink historian David Wondrich has been quoted; the Sidecar is, “often singled out as the only good cocktail to come out of the long national nightmare that was Prohibition.” 

Ingredients

  • 40ml Cognac 
  • 10ml Fresh lemon juice 
  • 10ml Triple Sec 
  • Ice cubes 
  • Slice of orange peel

How To

  • Place ice cubes in shaker with Cognac, lemon juice and triple sec
  • Shake well
  • Strain into glass and garnish with orange peel

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