The Newstalgic Cocktail with Real Passion Fruit

Passion tends to be super sour, sometimes you can find a sweet variety but more often than not it’s a big sour component. In this drink it plays our ‘sour’ against that of peach schnapps and a few other key ingredients.

This drink brings classy cocktail design to passion fruit inspired flavor and does it with a successful touch. The sourness comes through but does it with a dry sour and authentic passion fruit flavor profile with a hint of vermouth that doesn’t come in like an overproof wine.

This seems like it could be a real classic cocktail even through, it’s probably not that old of a cocktail design.

Coupe Glasses:

B.G. Reynold’s Passion Fruit Syrup:

The Newstalgic Cocktail

1/4 oz. Grand Marnier, 1/4 oz. Peach Schnapps, 1/4 oz. Dry Vermouth, 1/4 oz. Lime Juice, 1 oz. Passion Fruit, 2 Drops Angostura


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