Happy Friday! Who is ready for even more cocktails!

AuthorRetroRuth
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From vintage fortune telling machine

Tested Recipe!

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 1 oz Pernod
 2 tsp orange juice
 1 tsp grenadine

1

Shake with cracked ice.

Ingredients

 1 oz Pernod
 2 tsp orange juice
 1 tsp grenadine

Directions

1

Shake with cracked ice.

Zero Cocktail

This is another fun recipe from the vintage fortune-telling machine! We are about 20 down, like 500 to go of these cards to go.

My trusty Cook’s Mini Measure!

What is your favorite thing from Big Boy?  I honestly really like the chicken fried steak breakfast. Do they even have that on the menu anymore?

Some lovely cocktail goodness. The finished cocktail wasn’t the most appetizing colors, but like that is stopping us anymore.

“Oh, yeah.”

“Is it good?”

“This is so good. It tastes like licorice.”

The Verdict: Licorice

From The Tasting Notes – 

This was really good, and very syrup-y. You really can’t taste the orange or the grenadine, their sweetness just tempers the burning of Pernod and lets the licorice flavor come through. It tempers it just enough that you can enjoy drinking something that you should not be drinking on a weekday afternoon. Cheers!

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