How To Make The Samoan Fog Cutter | Tiki Month

Today we’re going to show you how to make The Samoan Fog Cutter, a sour-forward tiki cocktail with gin and some orgeat.

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Most fog cutter recipes, traditionally, are sour-forward drinks (with lemon) and the Samoan Fog Cutter is no different, it does have some brandy and cream sherry so that’s fun, but also brings in orange juice and orgeat (for true tiki flavor). This drink stands out from many standard tiki drinks today because it does not taste like most cocktails of todays tiki definition.

Like the fog cutter, many original tiki recipes were supposed to be bitter or sour. Not all, but many. However, people tend to gravitate to sweeter potent tikis. This potent little cocktail doesn’t taste like banana, but it’s yellow like one. This sucker is more lemon-forward sour with a bite that lingers yet you still want to keep sipping the samoan fog cutter.

Samoan Fog Cutter
– 2 oz fresh lemon juice
– 1 oz orange juice
– ½ oz orgeat syrup
– ½ oz brandy
– ½ oz gin
– 1 ½ oz light Puerto Rican rum
– ¼ oz cream sherry (float)

Table of Contents
0:00 Introduction
1:30 The Recipe breakdown
1:56 Executive Producer love for Dianna
3:00 Recipe Card
4:33 The blend
5:20 The icing
5:42 The pour
6:38 The float
7:08 The money shot
7:51 The tasting (close up)
8:33 The lemon continues

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