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Wine Dharma

DharMag January 2016 Godfather cocktail: the original recipe with ingredients of a classic whiskey drink for meditation

Godfather cocktail recipe, cocktail with whiskey and amaretto, best cocktails The Godfather is a simple, minimalist cocktail: everyone can prepare a good Godfather without any experience: just put 2 parts of whiskey and two of amaretto liqueur in a glass filled with ice, sit in a comfortable armchair and sip. That’s all…

The main ingredient is amaretto, a fantastic liquor perfect to soften the strong flavor of whiskey and add an aromatic touch that remember the almonds to your cocktails.

Drunk alone is good but not great, it’s too self-referential, but if used to enhance spirits like whiskey or cognac will show all its elegance.

Godfather cocktail recipe with ice ball, best whiskey cocktail recipes, amaretto There is no reliable information about the Godfather cocktail, except that it is part of the triad of the gangster cocktails made with Amaretto: French Connection, which requires Cognac instead of whiskey and Godmother, made with vodka.

Its enveloping and spicy flavor is ideal as after-dinner drink, a classic meditation cocktail, to be sipped slowly. Pay attention to its high alcohol content, not to be taken lightly.

Godfather cocktail ingredients

  • 3.5 cl of whiskey
  • 3.5 cl of amaretto liqueur

How to make the Godfather cocktail

Godfather cocktail drink recipe ingredients, cocktail with whiskey and amaretto Put some ice in an old fashioned glass, pour whiskey and amaretto and stir gently. Close your eyes and kiss the glass.

It’s good even without ice.

Godfather cocktail food pairings

It’s great alone, but excels with pastries, cheesecake and cookies: tiramisu with walnuts and salted caramel, trifle, baklava, chocolate tarts, galaktoboureko.

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