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Urban Jungle cocktail

Glass type

Hurricane glass
Hurricane glass

6 ingredients

  • 20ml2cl20ml20ml0.7ozLime Juice
  • 5-7 leaves and mint sprig (for garnish)5-7 leaves and mint sprig (for garnish)5-7 leaves and mint sprig (for garnish)5-7 leaves and mint sprig (for garnish)5-7 leaves and mint sprig (for garnish)Mint Leaves
  • 1 lime to create a lime spiral from the zest1 lime to create a lime spiral from the zest1 lime to create a lime spiral from the zest1 lime to create a lime spiral from the zest1 lime to create a lime spiral from the zestLime
  • 7ml0.7cl7ml7ml0.2ozAgave syrup
  • 15ml1.5cl15ml15ml0.5ozAnisette
  • 60ml6cl60ml60ml2ozMonkey Shoulder Scotch Whiskey
During the EBS Mixology course in Amsterdam we had to create our own cocktail for a cocktail competition. In my team, we had to create a cocktail including Monkey Shoulder whisky. All of the team members came up with a recipe and we tried them all out and concluded that my recipe was the tastiest. We decided to use my recipe for the cocktail competition.//Since I prefer fresh cocktails over sweet ones, I really wanted to create a fresh cocktail with a different sweetener than usual; resulting in the use of agave syrup. The anisette gives an extra flavour to the cocktail, but it's not too overpowering. The end result is a fresh, unique cocktail with a bit sourness from the lime rim. (We won the competition, too.)

Method

Chill the absinthe glass. Add all ingredients to the shaker with ice and shake well. Fine strain twice to remove as much of the mint residue as possible, then add the chilled glass. As a garnish use a mint sprig and lime peel spiral around the stem of the glass, then serve.

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