What The Dickens? | “Cognac” Cocktail, Perhaps Tiki?

Today we’re going to show you how to make the …What the Dickens? Cocktail. Bookmark the recipe here https://bit.ly/3NET0F6

https://imbibemagazine.com/recipe/what-the-dickens-cognac-cocktail/
By Ben Anderson
via Jon Spikes

What the Dickens is a crazy name, but this seems like a take on a tiki drink that happens to contain…a bit of cognac. Not sure if it’s enough to really be a “cognac” cocktail, but it has the fruit juices, the bitters, and the rum which makes it a nice spring or summer cocktail.

What the Dickens?
– 1 oz. Rum
– ½ oz. Cognac
– ½ oz. Fresh lime juice
– 1½ oz. Pineapple juice
– ¾ oz. Simple syrup (1:1)
– 3 dashes Peychaud’s bitters
– 1 dash Angostura bitters
– Garnish: lime wheel

Table of Contents

0:00 The Introduction
0:43 The recipe breakdown
1:43 Adding ice? Yeah, a single ice cube broken four times…
3:17 Derrick Fixes the ISO
3:48 Tasting Notes Begin
6:33 Derrick and straight cognac
7:48 Dan needs a hug
8:43 Love for Michael (Patreon)

#rum #cognac #bitters
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