New Specialty Cocktails at Emeril's Orlando
Emeril's Orlando recently launched the following specialty cocktail menu:
The New G&T - 12
Nolet Gin, Jack Rudy Small Batch Tonic, Black Currant, Lime
Monks Revolt - 15
Fifty Pounds Gin, Green Chartreuse, Dolin Blanc, Lemon, Ginger
Smoking Gun - 16
Templeton Rye Whiskey, Dom de Canton, Black Walnut Bitters, Lemon Juice, Almond Orgeat
Naval Punch - 15
Pusser’s British Navy Rum, Averna Amaro, Pineapple, Lemon, Aromatic Bitters
Pre & Prohibition
Aviation - 15
Plymouth Gin, Luxardo Maraschino, Lemon, Violet
Created by barman Hugo Ensslin around 1911 but was not published until 1916 in, Recipes for Mixed Drinks.
The Boulevardier - 16
Knob Creek Bourbon, Aperol Aperitif, Carpano Antica
Introduced pre-prohibition but eventually was forgotten about until it was received by the Volstead Act. Became popular due to the fact it`s pretty bame and flavors disguised the unpalatable liquors of the time.
The Delicious Sour - 16
Laird’s Apple Jack Brandy, Peach Brandy, Lime, Egg Whites, Soda Water
One of William Schmidt`s best cocktails from his book. The Flowing Bowl Created 1892.
New Orleans Libations
Sazerac - 12
Templeton Rye Whiskey, Absinthe, Peychaud Bitters
In the late 1800`s New Orleans bartender, Thomas Handy, bought the right to Peychaud`s Bitters in which he continued making the Sazerac but with rye instead of cognac. To this day this is one of the most famous New Orleans cocktails.
French 75 - 18
Courvoisier VS, Lemon, Sugar Sparkling Wine
Origanally crafted with gin, this cocktail was made popular in New Orleans at Arnaud`s French 75 cocktail bar but in French fashion they chose cognac.
Ramos Gin Fizz - 16
Ransom Old Tom Gin, Cointreau, Lemon, Heavy Cream, Egg Whites, Orange Blossom Water
Created by Henry C. Ramos in 1888 at the Imperial Cabinet Sloon un New Orleans. Origanally was required to be shaken for ten minutes sometimes up to twenty shaker boys.
Passion Fruit Hurricane - 15
Cruzan Light Aged Rum, Gosling Bermuda Rum, Passion Fruit, Lime, Orange, Pomegranate
Potent, mighty and tasty concoction made its debut at the 1939 World`s Fair in New York etching the creator ans New Orleans native, Pat O`Brien, into tiki drink lure. Ours has a tangy passion fruit twist.
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