So Crushable

Amaro Arancia, UpRoot Gin

The So Crushable is based on one of the Single Best Gin Cocktails of all-time: The Negroni, the bitter forward cocktail supposedly made famous by the swashbuckling Italian noble Count Negroni. Focusing on the orange-citrus forward Amaro Arancia and Giniferous Gin, the So Crushable is a true crowd pleaser – the combination of chai + ginger + Jack Rudy Tonic syrups work with the orange in the amaro to find a delicious balance.

Glass:

Rocks

Ingredients:

2 ounce PostModern Spirits UpRoot Barrel Rested Gin
1 ounce Amaro Arancia
0.75 ounce Chai Syrup
0.5 ounce Lime Juice
0.5 ounce Ginger Syrup
0.5 Jack Rudy Tonic Syrup

Garnish:

Dehydrated Orange Wheel

Method:

Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a rocks glass with a large cube of ice and garnish.

Tasting Notes:

Perfect balance of sweet, tart, bitter

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