Death Angel
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Death Angel
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The Death Angel cocktail is a sweet and fruity concoction that is sure to pack a punch with its combination of orange juice, white rum, and amaretto. This classic drink ... more The Death Angel cocktail is a sweet and fruity concoction that is sure to pack a punch with its combination of orange juice, white rum, and amaretto. This classic drink has a long and mysterious history, with some sources claiming it was created by a bartender who was searching for the perfect balance between sweet and strong. With its orange juice top-up, this cocktail offers a refreshing zing that is perfectly complemented by the warm and nutty notes of the amaretto. The white rum adds a kick to this otherwise smooth and easy-to-drink cocktail, making it a dangerous but highly enjoyable choice for any occasion. Served over ice and garnished with a slice of orange, the Death Angel cocktail is sure to quickly become a favorite for those with a taste for bold and delicious flavors.
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White rum
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5.83% | 2.04 units *

Lowball glass

Ingredients

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Method
How to make a Death Angel

Serves 1 · Takes 3 minutes
Fill a lowball glass with ice
Add amaretto and rum
Fill the rest of the way with orange juice
Stir and serve

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FAQ's

INGREDIENT_SUBSTITUTIONS

Can I substitute amaretto in the Death Angel cocktail?

Yes, you can substitute amaretto with almond syrup or another nut-flavored liqueur if you prefer a different flavor profile or need a non-alcoholic replacement. Keep in mind that this may alter the cocktail's taste slightly.

GARNISHING_TIPS

What are some garnishing tips for the Death Angel?

A classic garnish for the Death Angel could include an orange slice or a maraschino cherry to complement the citrus notes from the orange juice. Additionally, a sprig of mint could add a refreshing aroma.

ALCOHOL_CONTENT_COMPARISON

How does the alcohol content of the Death Angel compare to other cocktails?

With an alcohol content of 5.83%, the Death Angel is relatively light compared to many classic cocktails, which often range from 10% to 40% alcohol by volume (ABV). This makes it a good choice for those seeking a milder cocktail experience.

SERVING_SUGGESTIONS

What is the ideal serving suggestion for a Death Angel cocktail?

The Death Angel is best served in a lowball glass over ice to maintain its cold temperature. Given its citrusy flavor profile, it's an excellent choice for summer gatherings or as a refreshing drink option at casual events.

PREPARATION_TECHNIQUES

Why is the Death Angel cocktail stirred and not shaken?

The Death Angel is stirred, not shaken, to gently mix the ingredients without diluting the cocktail too much. Stirring helps to maintain the integrity of the flavors, especially for cocktails that are spirit-forward and do not contain ingredients that need emulsification like egg whites or cream.

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