Absinthe Frappe, New Orleans Cocktails

If there is an easy drinking absinthe recipe for a hot day, the absinthe frappé is that recipe. The crushed ice makes it super chill, the flavor is that of absinthe without any alcohol aggression and a nice sweet note like a jelly bean. A black jelly bean.

People remember the sazerac but they seem to leave the absinthe frappé in the dust… keep hope alive, show off one of the recipes that changes New Orleans and the absinthe movement. Perhaps the recipe fell away after absinthe was banned. But, it’s back with vengeance so make a cocktail.

Double Old Fashioned Glasses: http://bit.ly/1plqDbY

The Sazerac: http://bit.ly/1gxOWqr

1 1/2 oz. Absinthe, 1/2 oz. Simple Syrup, 2 oz. Soda Water, 6-8 Mint leaves, Mint Sprig Garnish.

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ABOUT Common Man Cocktails (CMC)

Common Man Cocktails, inspired by Derrick Schommer’s intimidation when opening a cocktail book, is designed to show viewers how to create some of the most common cocktails to advanced crazy cocktails and to look back at the classics of yesterday. Derrick has learned as he goes and has been actively creating five recipes a week on the channel for over six years, lots of content to keep you entertained for hours!

CMC will teach you how to make some great cocktail designs, give you ideas for new cocktails and introduce you to the latest spirits, liqueurs, syrups, barware and bitters. If you’re looking to become a cocktail enthusiast or need new ideas for your bartending trade, CMC is a great place to start.

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Drink Responsibly.

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Critical Hit, by No More Kings. http://youtube.com/nomorekings

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