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Brandy Daisy

Indulge in the refreshing and tangy flavors of Brandy Daisy cocktails. Explore our top recipes and elevate your mixology skills to impress your friends and family.
Cherry shrub brandy daisy: pickle cocktail | Peck of Pickles Brandy Daisy, Daisy Recipe, Nutmeg Spice, Drinking Vinegar, Fresh Nutmeg, Summer Cherries, Cocktail Bitters, Small Bars, Honey Syrup

Cherry shrub brandy daisy is a pickle twist on a vintage brandy daisy recipe appearing in the revised 1887 edition of Jerry Thomas’ Bar-tender’s Guide where the lemon and sugar are swapped out for a raw cacao and vanilla cherry shrub syrup and honey syrup enriched with bee pollen and nutmeg geranium. The brandy daisy first appears in the appendix of Jerry Thomas’ 1876 Bar-tender’s Guide where it was an innovation for the time employing shaved ice, along with gum syrup, lemon juice, orange…

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Peck of pickles | Kate Ireland
Brandy Daisy Cocktail Recipe | How to Make the perfect Brandy Daisy Brandy Cocktails, Sweet Cocktails, Refreshing Cocktails, Classic Cocktails, Cocktail Recipes, Brandy Daisy, Brandy Sour, Bourbon Sour, Amaretto Sour

The Brandy Daisy is a well-balanced cocktail with a delightful combination of sweet, sour, and strong flavors. The brandy provides a rich, warming base, while the lemon juice adds a refreshing tanginess. The sweetness from the simple syrup and orange liqueur rounds out the flavors, creating a smooth and satisfying drink.

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Sharon Medina
making a blood orange pomegranate daisy cocktail with bottle in background Pomegranate Cocktails, Pomegranate Juice, Brandy Sour, Daisy Recipe, Fruit Garnish, Drinking Vinegar, Passion Fruit Juice, Sour Foods, Blood Orange Juice

Blood orange pomegranate gin Daisy cocktail is a modern seasonal twist on a classic fancier style Daisy cocktail using in season blood oranges and homemade grenadine syrup from fresh pomegranates. I wanted to try making a Daisy after reading about Daisy cocktails in David Wondrich’s (2015: 126-132) Imbibe where he calls for ‘artisanal’ grenadine and references Hugo Ensslin’s (1917: 39) Recipes for mixed drinks. I went on a search for vintage Daisy recipes and I am very grateful to Tales of…

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Peck of pickles | Kate Ireland

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