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Catch-22 Cocktail Recipe


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Ingredients

  • 6 tablespoons Batavia arrack
  • 6 tablespoons manzanilla Sherry
  • 6 tablespoons Clément Créole Shrubb
  • 6 tablespoons Homemade Chocolate Liqueur

Recipe Preparation

  • Chill 4 Martini glasses in freezer 30 minutes. Combine all liquors in cocktail shaker; add ice cubes and shake to chill. Strain mixture into cold glasses. Garnish each with orange peel strip.

  • Batavia arrack is a sugarcane- and molasses-based spirit that has a rum-like flavor. Look for it online at drinkupny.com and samswine.com. Cachaça (Brazilian sugarcane liquor) makes a good substitute. Manzanilla Sherry is a light, elegant style of Sherry that comes from a seaside town in southern Spain. It is dry and crisp with a hint of saltiness. Manzanilla Sherry is available at liquor stores and online at wine.com. Any fino-style Sherry (such as fino, amontillado, or Palo Cortado) would be a good stand-in. Clément Créole Shrubb is a smooth, not-too-sweet orange liqueur made in Martinique. Buy it at liquor stores or online at thejugshop.com, or use Cointreau or Grand Marnier instead.

Recipe by Elizabeth Falkner,Photos by Christopher GriffithReviews Section

Catch-22

3/4 oz Batavia Arrack (1 1/4 oz von Oosten)
3/4 oz La Gitana Manzanilla Sherry (1 1/4 oz)
3/4 oz Rhum Clement Creole Shrubb (3/8 oz Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao) (*)
3/4 oz House Chocolate Liquor (3/8 oz Tempus Fugit Crème de Cacao) (*)

Stir with ice, strain into a cocktail glass, and garnish with a flamed orange twist (not flamed).
(*) The house chocolate liquor was an unsweetened recipe as a cacao and vanilla infusion. I adjusted ingredients to make for a more balanced recipe given my sweetened chocolate liqueur. Two Mondays ago, I decided to make a recipe that I had spotted on social media from the Left Coast Libations book called the Catch-22. I had previously skipped this recipe for it appeared to0 sweet (not to mention that I only added Fino and Manzanilla sherries in the last year or so, and I certainly did not have them on hand when the book was published ten years ago). The key was that the recipe created by Jackie Patterson at Heaven's Door in San Francisco called for a house chocolate liquor (not liqueur), and there was no sugar in that cacao and vanilla infusion therefore, I adjusted all the proportions to keep the overall sugar level about the same as intended given my chocolate choice. Once prepared, the Catch-22 met the nose with an orange, chocolate, and rum funk bouquet. Next, a semi-dry sip shared roast notes from the crème de cacao, and the swallow offered up funky Batavia Arrack, chocolate, orange, savory, and briny flavors to round out the drink.


The ‘Cactus Fire’ @AlchemyMemphis – Craft Cocktail Recipes by PourMan

Year in & year out, @AlchemyMemphis cocktail bar wins local awards for their food & cocktails. On my visit, I had Alex fix me up one of his Signature drinks called the ‘Cactus Fire’. If you like Mezcal with a little Mid-South spice, then you’re gonna love the ‘Cactus Fire’ Mezcal cocktail [email protected]!! While you’re at it, be sure to tune into The Adventures of PourMan every Friday for new rum, bourbon, vodka & other cocktail adventures Straight Outta PourMan ! Better yet, subscribe to my channel so you never miss an adventure !

If you’d like to try your hand, here’s the step by step:

2 oz – Mezcal ( I added .5 oz to the recipe )

Add ice & give it a good swizzle. Light up some hickory chips & catch that smoke. Add a large ice cube & strain that mix ! Garnish with a Luxardo Cherry & a lime wheel. Tip it back & enjoy your very own “Cactus Fire”, or better yet, breeze into Alchemy in Mid-Town Memphis & have Alex whip you one up live & in concert !! Deuces y’all !


Catch-22 Cocktail Recipe - Recipes

Drinking on a weeknight is a Catch-22. While a nice cocktail can help ease you out of work mode and into the evening, booze can do as much harm as help, loosening you up so much you walk into your 8 a.m. meeting the next day with a hangover. You deserve a drink for your hard work at the office and you shouldn't have to wait for the weekend to get it—but you do have to do it right. Here, work night cocktails you can whip up in no time that won’t leave you hurting at the office.

Sometimes, after a really long day, you just don’t have enough energy to do anything more than pour straight whiskey into a lowball glass and call it an evening. But if you can muster one iota of effort, you should seriously consider making an Old Fashioned. A touch of sugar and bitters makes whiskey (or your preferred base spirit) all the more comforting, and muddling the sugar cube can actually feel quite therapeutic. Just make sure your lowball glass is thick enough to stand up to a Monday’s worth of stress before digging in with your muddler.


Catch 22 Beachside Grille and Bar

If you feel like fresh, light fare and an unbeatable view you should definitely visit Catch 22, located on Beach Boulevard on the Tableview beachfront. With a wrap-around balcony and an elevated view over Table Bay, you are unlikely to find a better view to enjoy, while sipping a chilled cocktail and tucking into fresh sushi and seafood.

The restaurant is light and airy, with an almost West Coast feel, the touches of blue and white and distinct beachiness, befit its seaside location. The staff are well-versed in the menu, and during busy times, whizz through the tables like a well-oiled machine. The restaurant is family-owned, and the many years spent in the hospitality industry show, in a very hands-on approach. Management endeavour to get around to every table during service to ensure each guest is greeted, which adds a lovely personal touch.

The food is well priced, served fresh and generously portioned. Try the crumbed fish goujons, coconut-crusted prawns or seafood salad for a fresh, light meal. The sushi is also a real treat, and to catch the 2 for 1 special, make sure you visit on a Thursday between 12h00 and 22h00.

The menu caters for all, so if you’re a landlubber at heart, don’t fear, you can order one of a number of chicken, steak or rib dishes.

During summer this is a sundowner and cocktail spot of note. Watch the sky turn various shades of pink and purple while you sip on a house special, Catch 23 cocktail (sure to set your head in a spin), or perhaps something lighter like a Pimms Jug.

Tuck into delicious food, ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’ at the magnificent view, and toast the good life with friends, at this vibey and worth-the-visit spot.


Caramel Apple Pie Martini

Playing with drink recipes again! A nice Fall Drink! Forget the fall, this is an anytime drink! Today is May 21,04 I just made this again and posted the picture with these changes, without the soda, I dipped the apple garnish into my caramel sauce recipe #77540, dipped the rim into the caramel then dipped into frosted flakes and candied walnuts put through my coffee grinder. So Yummy and dangerous. I asked 2 different bar tenders to make this drink for me. One at Applebees and the other at Catch 22 both in NJ. The Applebees bartender at first said he didn't have the ingredients but then he I told him he had apple schnapps, vanilla vodka and buttershots schnapps he went and made better then I did. He swirled caramel on the inside of the glass his own doing (Can you believe I didn't have to tell him to do that) and dipped the rim into cinnamon and sugar my telling him. He had no problem making this drink for me and invited my husband and I back on the nights he works. The bartender at Catch 22 didn't like making something new at first but he came accustom very fast when everyone was trying my drink and going up and asking him for one.($8.00 a drink he was charging). He made out on me! But it was worth it! So if you want skip the splash of soda! It really doesn't need it!


Chocolate-infused spirits with kick, not sugar

15 Romolo owner, Scott Baird makes a drink called the Fiscal Agent from a concoction of unsweetened, rye whiskey-based cacao-nib tincture on Friday Sep. 18, 2009 in San Francisco, Calif. Mike Kepka/The Chronicle

From the vintage excesses of the Brandy Alexander to that modern confection, the chocolate martini, the mixing of chocolate with liquor has a murky history filled with sugar-crash hangovers and fake IDs.

But bartenders around the country are beginning to work with chocolate-infused spirits, spiced-chocolate bitters and house-made liqueurs that are more Valrhona Single Cru than Yoo-Hoo. In the process, they are giving chocolate a new, less frivolous life as a cocktail ingredient.

At 15 Romolo in San Francisco, bar manager Scott Baird makes an unsweetened cacao-nib tincture based on rye whiskey that, when deployed in drinks such as the bourbon-fueled Fiscal Agent, dispels any notion that one is drinking an alcohol-boosted Hershey's Kiss.

The result is "pretty cacao-ey. It's not shy on the heavy, bitter-chocolate flavor," says Baird The chocolate tincture lends seductive depth and complexity to cocktails. "It all ends up in the finish. The last thing you taste is that subtle, bitter note of roasted chocolate."

Typically, chocolate has been used in drinks that resemble alcoholic Fudgsicles - mixtures of liqueurs, milk or cream and well-concealed shots of vodka or light rum that are sweet enough to appeal to beginning drinkers and potent enough to give Willy Wonka the staggers.

Today, however, chocolatiers such as Guittard, Scharffen Berger and Bernard Castelain have helped propel a growing demand for dark, savory chocolates high in cacao content. The restaurant use of dark chocolate and cacao nibs (shelled and roasted cacao beans) has expanded beyond the pastry chef's station.

Increasingly, this expansion is taking place behind the bar. In July, Rochester, N.Y.-based Fee Brothers introduced Aztec Chocolate Bitters, flavored with cinnamon and chiles. That month also saw the commercial debut of Bittermens Xocolatl Mole Bitters. Seattle bartender Miles Thomas started producing small batches of Scrappy's Chocolate Bitters late last year while the bitters aren't yet in wide commercial distribution, they're at more than 40 Pacific Northwest bars.

In San Francisco, bartender Jackie Patterson also began making an unsweetened chocolate spirit last year.

She makes the spirit by macerating cacao nibs and Tahitian vanilla beans in high-proof rum for several weeks, without adding any sugar or water. The result is potent. Patterson, currently at Heaven's Dog in San Francisco, uses it to flavor cocktails such as Catch-22, made with the funky cane spirit Batavia arrack, manzanilla sherry and a spiced orange liqueur.

In Portland, Ore., Teardrop Lounge owner Daniel Shoemaker uses his own rum-based crème de cacao in original drinks such as the bourbon and absinthe-driven Last Days, and in classics such as the Twentieth Century.

"Commercial versions are way too saccharine. They're sickly sweet," he says. "We're able to control the amount of sweetness. It's a much more elegant delivery system in the drink."

Shoemaker uses high-proof Demerara rum for a base and gets his Argentinian cacao nibs from the suitably named Portland chocolatier Cacao. Boston bartender Misty Kalkofen also sources cacao nibs from local chocolatier Taza, in Somerville to flavor her Villa de Verrano, served at the bar Drink.

Even as they harness chocolate's bitter and savory notes, these bartenders are proceeding cautiously with customers who might still be thinking milk instead of tequila.


Amal Clooney Just Made a Strong Case for Repurposing Your �s Prom Dress

Beauty-wise, '80s-inspired looks (think: vibrant eyeshadow and over-the-top blush) have been having a moment since late last year. But we hadn't really considered reviving '80s fashion. That is, until we saw Amal Clooney at the premiere of husband George's latest film, Catch-22.

Clooney wore a forest green, silk taffeta cocktail dress from Oscar de la Renta&rsquos Pre-Fall 2019 collection. Between the off-the-shoulder silhouette, the short hemline and the exaggerated ruching, the dress screamed 1980s prom or wedding&mdashin a totally stylish way.

To keep things from looking too dated, Alexander and Ella's mom opted for thoroughly modern plastic-y pumps with a black cap toe.

George, for his part, kept things simple in a classic button-down and jacket, (rightfully) allowing Amal's throwback look to steal the spotlight.


Casamigos Tequila Cocktails to enjoy this summer

George Clooney and Rande Gerber's tequila label Casamigos Tequila started out as something exclusively for their friends.

“We would go to different restaurants and bars, and bartenders would suggest different tequilas, some really expensive, some not so expensive, some good, some not so good," Gerber says. "They all had one thing in common, they burned going down. With that,George turned to me and said,'Why don’t we just make our own, one that’s perfect for us?' So we did."

Clooney explained that everyone was enjoying it so much that they decided to turn it into a proper business. “At first we were doing it just for us. We just started making bottles for ourselves to drink and everybody liked it so we felt that this might be something we should sell.”

If you want to drink like Hollywood A-listers, here are four cocktail recipes you can try out using Casamigos:

MEXICAN MIMOSA

  • 30 ml Casamigos Blanco
  • Tequila 30 ml
  • Blood Orange juice
  • 2 Serrano chilli slices
  • Top with Prosecco Thick rim of salt, sugar and Tajin seasoning mixture (equal parts)

Combine all ingredients into tin shaker except for Prosecco. Muddle Serrano. Add ice. Shake vigorously for 4-6 seconds. Fine strain into champagne flute. Top with chilled Prosecco. Garnish with upside-down blood orange peel over top of cocktail.

MEXICAN NEGRONI

  • 30 ml Casamigos Blanco
  • 30 ml Campari
  • 30 ml Italian Sweet Vermouth
  • Mezcal rinse
  • Garnish with large orange peel

Combine all ingredients into glass mixer. Add ice. Stir quickly for 30-40 seconds. Strain into a short tumbler that has been rinsed with mezcal. Add one large block ice. Garnish with orange peel.

GRAPE CAIPIRITA

  • 60 ml Casamigos Blanco Tequila
  • 30 ml Fresh Lime Juice 30 ml Sugarcane Syrup (simple)
  • 6 Red Seedless Grapes

Combine all ingredients into tin shaker. Muddle fruit. Add ice. Shake vigorously for 8-10 seconds. Pour all ingredients into a short tumbler. Top with fresh ice if needed. Garnish with a fresh lime wheel.

CASA LYCHEE

  • 60 ml Casamigos Blanco
  • 45 ml Lychee Liqueur
  • 30 ml Fresh Lemon Juice
  • 15 ml Ginger Syrup
  • 15 ml Sugarcane Syrup (simple)
  • 4 Basil Leaves Garnish with large basil leaf through skewer

Combine all ingredients into tin shaker. Muddle herbs. Add ice. Shake vigorously for 10-12 seconds. Fine strain into martini glass. Garnish with basil leaf.

Casa Watermelon Punch

  • 1 Litre Casamigos Blanco
  • 500ml Fresh Watermelon Juice
  • 500ml Fresh Lime Juice
  • 295ml Sugarcane Syrup (or Sugar Syrup)
  • 34 Dashes Orange Bitters

Combine ingredients into a punch bowl. Stir in 3-4 scoops of ice. Garnish with large thin watermelon triangles with skin on and poke mint sprigs through top. Stir before each serving.

If cocktails aren't your thing, Casamigos Tequila can be served straight or on the rocks.


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