Used in 10 recipes at an average of 1.55%.
While I am putting this up for the contest this is an untested recipe. Okay for the flavor-pro-year-of-mixing challenge week 19 - my take on a drink that has gin in it - which I don't like gin so I'm swaping that for my take on vodka which is made up of hops/moscato (not really very vodka-like but I couldn't find my black tea darnit) - then the drink has peach, an orange cordial, basil, lemon juice and soda (I'm using a combo of champagne, cream soda and orange cream but in small amounts). Off the shake it tastes alcohol-y but not very peachy or orange-y - I think it needs a steep. Or maybe more peach and orange LOL - we'll see.
Heres something I wanted to try out, and actually came out really well. Its a chocolate covered huckleberry, the same kind you buy over priced from "local farmers". Its a pretty straight forward recipe, but the sparkling wine helps cut the huckleberry intensity, and the ice cream helps make the tfa milk chocolate a little smooth. I chose tfa milk chocolate because I didn't want a chocolate that would try to compete with the huckleberry.
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