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DharMag January 2020 Bourbonito cocktail recipe: how to make a delicious after dinner drink with Bourbon, Port, cinnamon and jam

Bourbonito cocktail recipe, after dinner with Bourbon Port wine cinnamon and jam The Bourbonito cocktail is a bomb of flavors and aromas, a decadent drink, full of nuances, but which manages to maintain a dry and direct profile.

It is not a sweet cocktail, don’t worry, no chocolates or Ferrero rocher this time. Let’s see the ingredients of the Bourbonito cocktail: bourbon whiskey, a drop of Port wine to add an oxidized and nutty touch, coffee, cinnamon, blackberry jam and obviously a sour component, orange juice, to bind and tame the other ingredients.

The alcohol content of this cocktail is quite high and it is not light even the sensation of warmth on the palate, so it is not really an aperitif drink. But it’s great an after dinner to sip in the gloomy autumn evenings when the leaves begin to fall from the trees.

Ingredients and doses to make the Bourbonito cocktail

  • 4 cl of bourbon whiskey
  • 5 cl of orange juice
  • 1 cl of port wine
  • 1 teaspoon blackberry jam or even berries
  • 2 teaspoons of espresso
  • 1 cl of sugar syrup
  • 1 piece of cinnamon
  • 4 teaspoons of egg white or acquafaba if you are vegan

How to make Bourbonito cocktail

Squeeze half an orange and strain the juice.

Shake the egg white without ice for 1 minute.

Then pour and add all the other ingredients in the shaker with ice and shake for 10 seconds.

Pour the cocktail, filtering, into a well-frozen old fashioned glass and decorated with a cinnamon stick.

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