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Orgeat Lemonade

Serious Eats Kevin Liu Post a comment

This drink combines traditional bar staples into a tasty non-alcoholic drink that's both tasty and elegant. More

Raines Law Room's Pioneer Spirit

Serious Eats Jaclyn Einis 2 comments

Raines Law Room's Meaghan Dorman uses rye, applejack, and orgeat in this warming, subtly nutty spin on the Old Fashioned. More

The Dutchess

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman 1 comment

This cocktail from Theo Lieberman of Lantern's Keep and Milk & Honey in NYC has a heavy pour of Angostura bitters in it, but that doesn't make it bitter. The spice is balanced with bright fruit and rich almond from housemade orgeat. More

Orgeat

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 9 comments

Orgeat (pronounced "or-zsa," like Zsa Zsa Gabor) is like liquid marzipan. While it's best known as a part of a good Mai Tai, this almond syrup is also an exotic substitute for simple syrup or grenadine in mixed drinks or a fun addition to pie fillings, milk shakes, and even coffee. More

Japanese Cocktail

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 1 comment

The Japanese Cocktail, curiously made with mostly French ingredients, is like an Old Fashioned with a rich and nutty twist. This classic cocktail included in Jerry Thomas' Bar-Tender's Guide in 1862. More

Saturn

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

Falernum, orgeat, and passion fruit syrup contribute the tropical flavors that make this tart rumless cocktail fit in with other tiki offerings. It's truly delicious. More

Time for a Drink: Japanese Cocktail

Serious Eats Paul Clarke 2 comments

Let's start the weekend right--with a cocktail recipe from Paul Clarke (The Cocktail Chronicles). Need more than one? Hit up the archives. Cheers! Pioneering 19th century bartender Jerry Thomas is such a towering figure in the cocktail world that over... More

Mai Tai

Serious Eats Paul Clarke 2 comments

Spawned from the rum-soaked genius mind of "Trader Vic" Bergeron, the mai tai is one of the most regal refreshments in the exotic-drink universe. Originally made with 17-year-old Jamaican rum, imported French orgeat, Dutch curaƧao and fresh-squeezed lime juice, the mai tai quickly became a phenomenon; it also quickly became perverted. More

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