King’s Pipe cocktail

This smooth and smoky cocktail is perfect for fireside sipping
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King's Pipe cocktail

Holly Bennetts, bar manager at The Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth, shares her King’s Pipe cocktail recipe

www.greenbank-hotel.co.uk

Makes    1

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  • You will need
  • Method
  • Cinnamon stick 1
  • Bulleit Rye Whiskey 35ml
  • Chocolate liqueur 20ml
  • Chestnut liqueur 20ml
  • Black walnut bitters 3 drops
  1. Char the cinnamon stick and place a short glass over it so the smoke settles in the glass. Once the glass has filled with smoke, upturn it and fill with ice cubes. Set the stick aside to use as a garnish.
  2. Add the whiskey, liqueurs and bitters to the glass, then gently stir to combine.
  3. Garnish with the charred cinnamon stick and serve.

You will need

  • Cinnamon stick 1
  • Bulleit Rye Whiskey 35ml
  • Chocolate liqueur 20ml
  • Chestnut liqueur 20ml
  • Black walnut bitters 3 drops

Method

  1. Char the cinnamon stick and place a short glass over it so the smoke settles in the glass. Once the glass has filled with smoke, upturn it and fill with ice cubes. Set the stick aside to use as a garnish.
  2. Add the whiskey, liqueurs and bitters to the glass, then gently stir to combine.
  3. Garnish with the charred cinnamon stick and serve.
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'This wintry cocktail was inspired by the King’s Pipe, a famous brick chimney on Falmouth’s old harbour which was used in the 19th century as an incinerator to destroy contraband tobacco confiscated from smugglers'

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