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From the Cookbooks: White Gold Tower

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Many of you have been reaching out to let me know that there was a printing error on some copies of The Geeky Bartender. The error had ingredients for a different recipe listed for The White Gold Tower.  I'm told it will be corrected in the next printing run but I've decided to go ahead and post this recipe on the blog for the folks with the funky copy. Thank you so much to everyone who let me know about this. Here's the correct recipe, Kip Jot Naak!:

 

 Ingredients

 2 fl oz dry mead 

2 fl oz Cyser mead 

½ fl oz/1 tablespoon whiskey 

4-6 Dashes of lavender bitters 

1 teaspoon Lavender Syrup 

Ice cubes 

1 fl oz (28 ml) heavy cream

 

Directions

1) In a cocktail shaker, combine both meads, the whiskey (if using), bitters, syrup, and ice cubes. Shake well.      

2) Pour the mead mixture into your serving glass.      

3) Pour one-third of the heavy cream out of the carton and set aside (you can pour it back in later). Shake the heavy cream carton vigorously for about 30 seconds.      

Get a spoon and hold it upside down above the mead in the glass, tilted slightly downward. Slowly pour the heavy cream onto the back of the spoon so it indirectly spills over into the glass on top of the mead. It’s important not to do this too quickly if you want a layered effect. 

 

Suggested Serving Vessel

Highball glass  

 

Suggested Garnish

Edible flower (nasturtium blossoms, orchids, and viola flowers look the most like Dragon’s Tongue)


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