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Recipes

Between the Sheets

Ingredients

Glass: 5 oz Martini
Method: shake & fine strain
37.5ml VS cognac
12.5ml Blanco rum
12.5ml Cointreau
25ml lemon juice
12.5ml sugar syrup
Lemon twist to garnish

Method

Put all the ingredients into a mixing glass and fill with ice. Cap with a Boston shaker and shake for a few seconds. Fine strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Garnish

Spray lemon oils from the peel over the drink and garnish with a lemon twist tucked into the foam. Sugar coat the rim if you like.

Other Information

This drink’s background has been lost in history, however, this classic mix does resemble that of a Daiquiri and Sidecar combined.