Amaretto au Canard

The drinks pros at The Club House in Dorset share their take on an Amaretto Sour
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Cocktail at The Club House

A rich and indulgent twist on the classic Amaretto Sour, this creamy, nutty drink from the bar-pros at The Club House in Dorset is a luxe treat for Easter weekend

www.theclubhousewestbexington.co.uk

Serves    2

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  • You will need
  • Method
  • Duck egg 1 large, yolk and white separated
  • E18hteen Amaretto 100ml
  • White sugar syrup 50ml
  • Fresh lemon juice 50ml
  • E18hteen Morello Cherry Gin 50ml

To garnish

  • Cherry skewer
  • Lemon peel a twist
  • Grated chocolate
  1. Fill a boston shaker with ice then add the egg white, amaretto, sugar syrup and lemon juice. Shake vigorously until the mixture has a frothy foam.
  2. Double strain the mixture into two short tumblers filled with ice.
  3. Spoon cherry gin on top of the foam so that it bleeds through the drink.
  4. To serve: place a cherry skewer and the lemon peel on top, then dust with grated chocolate.

You will need

  • Duck egg 1 large, yolk and white separated
  • E18hteen Amaretto 100ml
  • White sugar syrup 50ml
  • Fresh lemon juice 50ml
  • E18hteen Morello Cherry Gin 50ml

To garnish

  • Cherry skewer
  • Lemon peel a twist
  • Grated chocolate

Method

  1. Fill a boston shaker with ice then add the egg white, amaretto, sugar syrup and lemon juice. Shake vigorously until the mixture has a frothy foam.
  2. Double strain the mixture into two short tumblers filled with ice.
  3. Spoon cherry gin on top of the foam so that it bleeds through the drink.
  4. To serve: place a cherry skewer and the lemon peel on top, then dust with grated chocolate.
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