Sazerac

By by Charles Schumann, <i>American Bar</i>
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Sazerac
Ingredients
  • 1 sugar cube
  • Several dashes of Peychaud’s bitter
  • 6 cl (2 oz) rye whiskey
  • Several dashes of Pernod
  • Twist of lemon
  • Water or soda


Procedure
With roots in New Orleans and a history that dates back to pre-Civil War days, the Sazerac is a popular whiskey cocktail that every bartender should know.

Put sugar cube in soft drink tumbler. Drench cube with Peychaud. Crush drenched cube with bar spoon. Add rye whiskey and Pernod. Stir well. Twist the lemon peel over the drink, then add the twist to the drink. Fill the glass with water or soda.

Sazerac

By by Charles Schumann, <i>American Bar</i>
Ingredients
  • 1 sugar cube
  • Several dashes of Peychaud’s bitter
  • 6 cl (2 oz) rye whiskey
  • Several dashes of Pernod
  • Twist of lemon
  • Water or soda


Procedure
With roots in New Orleans and a history that dates back to pre-Civil War days, the Sazerac is a popular whiskey cocktail that every bartender should know.

Put sugar cube in soft drink tumbler. Drench cube with Peychaud. Crush drenched cube with bar spoon. Add rye whiskey and Pernod. Stir well. Twist the lemon peel over the drink, then add the twist to the drink. Fill the glass with water or soda.